Recent Examples of congresswoman from the Web
But the congresswoman doesn’t see Ryan’s move as a defeat.
Their congressman or congresswoman may live 100 miles or more away.
And Democratic candidates in Republican-leaning districts such as Kansas' 2nd District have sometimes been reluctant to support the liberal congresswoman from San Francisco.
His arrest, the congresswoman said, had nothing to do with the months-long investigation of Awan as an IT worker for a variety of members of Congress.
President Donald Trump’s decision to restrict transgender troops in the military comes after weeks of pressure from a Missouri congresswoman on the issue.
Two former staffers of a congresswoman were indicted Thursday on charges of posting nude pictures of the lawmaker and her husband on social media and of lying to investigators about it.
The cyberstalking charges allege that Juan McCullum, Plaskett's general counsel, published nude images of the congresswoman and her husband on a fictitious Facebook account and elsewhere.
The Facebook page posting the photos friended the congresswoman's political opponents.
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: a woman who is a member of a congress and especially of the U.S. House of Representatives
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