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How many women are in the 117th Congress?

There are 141 women—36 Republicans and 105 Democrats—in the 117th Congress. The 141 women represent the most women serving in Congress in history. The 116th Congress, which previously held the record for most women, had 132 women.

How many women are in the Senate?

There will be at least 24 women in the 117th Senate—8 female Republican senators and 16 female Democratic senators. While Sen. Martha McSally lost her special election in Arizona, Cynthia Lummis won her election in Wyoming, maintaining a balance of Republican women in the Senate. The number may also change pending the special election in Georgia between Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock. This number does not include VP-elect Kamala Harris, whose seat is being filled by a male, with Governor Gavin Newsom nominating Alex Padilla on December 21st.

How many women are in the House of Representatives?

In the House, there will be at least 117 women—28 Republican congresswomen and 89 Democratic congresswomen. This does not include non-voting delegates.

How many women were newly elected to Congress in 2020?

26 women were newly elected in 2020—9 Democrats and 17 Republicans. Senator-Elect Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) is the only freshman woman elected to the Senate.

How did Republican women do in the House?

89 Republican women ran in the House—13.5% (12 candidates) were incumbents while 86.5% (77 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 28 Republican women won—12 incumbents and 17 challengers. Republican women had a net gain of 15 in the House. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Republican woman that is too close to call

How did Democratic women do in the House?

192 Democratic women ran in the House—57.3% (110 candidates) were incumbents while 42.7% (82 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 89 Democratic women won— 80 incumbents and 9 challengers. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Democratic woman that is too close to call.   [post_title] => Women in the 117th Congress [post_excerpt] =>

See a full list of the record 132 women serving in the 116th Congress.

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How many women are in the 117th Congress?

There are 141 women—36 Republicans and 105 Democrats—in the 117th Congress. The 141 women represent the most women serving in Congress in history. The 116th Congress, which previously held the record for most women, had 132 women.

How many women are in the Senate?

There will be at least 24 women in the 117th Senate—8 female Republican senators and 16 female Democratic senators. While Sen. Martha McSally lost her special election in Arizona, Cynthia Lummis won her election in Wyoming, maintaining a balance of Republican women in the Senate. The number may also change pending the special election in Georgia between Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock. This number does not include VP-elect Kamala Harris, whose seat is being filled by a male, with Governor Gavin Newsom nominating Alex Padilla on December 21st.

How many women are in the House of Representatives?

In the House, there will be at least 117 women—28 Republican congresswomen and 89 Democratic congresswomen. This does not include non-voting delegates.

How many women were newly elected to Congress in 2020?

26 women were newly elected in 2020—9 Democrats and 17 Republicans. Senator-Elect Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) is the only freshman woman elected to the Senate.

How did Republican women do in the House?

89 Republican women ran in the House—13.5% (12 candidates) were incumbents while 86.5% (77 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 28 Republican women won—12 incumbents and 17 challengers. Republican women had a net gain of 15 in the House. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Republican woman that is too close to call

How did Democratic women do in the House?

192 Democratic women ran in the House—57.3% (110 candidates) were incumbents while 42.7% (82 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 89 Democratic women won— 80 incumbents and 9 challengers. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Democratic woman that is too close to call.   [post_title] => Women in the 117th Congress [post_excerpt] =>

See a full list of the record 132 women serving in the 116th Congress.

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How many women are in the 117th Congress?

There are 141 women—36 Republicans and 105 Democrats—in the 117th Congress. The 141 women represent the most women serving in Congress in history. The 116th Congress, which previously held the record for most women, had 132 women.

How many women are in the Senate?

There will be at least 24 women in the 117th Senate—8 female Republican senators and 16 female Democratic senators. While Sen. Martha McSally lost her special election in Arizona, Cynthia Lummis won her election in Wyoming, maintaining a balance of Republican women in the Senate. The number may also change pending the special election in Georgia between Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock. This number does not include VP-elect Kamala Harris, whose seat is being filled by a male, with Governor Gavin Newsom nominating Alex Padilla on December 21st.

How many women are in the House of Representatives?

In the House, there will be at least 117 women—28 Republican congresswomen and 89 Democratic congresswomen. This does not include non-voting delegates.

How many women were newly elected to Congress in 2020?

26 women were newly elected in 2020—9 Democrats and 17 Republicans. Senator-Elect Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) is the only freshman woman elected to the Senate.

How did Republican women do in the House?

89 Republican women ran in the House—13.5% (12 candidates) were incumbents while 86.5% (77 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 28 Republican women won—12 incumbents and 17 challengers. Republican women had a net gain of 15 in the House. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Republican woman that is too close to call

How did Democratic women do in the House?

192 Democratic women ran in the House—57.3% (110 candidates) were incumbents while 42.7% (82 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 89 Democratic women won— 80 incumbents and 9 challengers. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Democratic woman that is too close to call.   [post_title] => Women in the 117th Congress [post_excerpt] =>

See a full list of the record 132 women serving in the 116th Congress.

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Women in the 117th Congress

Women in the 117th Congress

Updated as of 12/21 at 1:30 pm, these numbers may change as more races are called.

The 116th Congress saw a record 132 women serving in the legislature, and they have gained on that record in the 117th Congress.

In the 117th Congress, a record 141 women will serve. There are still three races outstanding that involve women — the Georgia Senate runoff with Kelly Loeffler, and two House races that are too close to call.

How many women are in the 117th Congress?

There are 141 women—36 Republicans and 105 Democrats—in the 117th Congress. The 141 women represent the most women serving in Congress in history. The 116th Congress, which previously held the record for most women, had 132 women.

How many women are in the Senate?

There will be at least 24 women in the 117th Senate—8 female Republican senators and 16 female Democratic senators. While Sen. Martha McSally lost her special election in Arizona, Cynthia Lummis won her election in Wyoming, maintaining a balance of Republican women in the Senate. The number may also change pending the special election in Georgia between Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock. This number does not include VP-elect Kamala Harris, whose seat is being filled by a male, with Governor Gavin Newsom nominating Alex Padilla on December 21st.

How many women are in the House of Representatives?

In the House, there will be at least 117 women—28 Republican congresswomen and 89 Democratic congresswomen. This does not include non-voting delegates.

How many women were newly elected to Congress in 2020?

26 women were newly elected in 2020—9 Democrats and 17 Republicans. Senator-Elect Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) is the only freshman woman elected to the Senate.

How did Republican women do in the House?

89 Republican women ran in the House—13.5% (12 candidates) were incumbents while 86.5% (77 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 28 Republican women won—12 incumbents and 17 challengers. Republican women had a net gain of 15 in the House. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Republican woman that is too close to call

How did Democratic women do in the House?

192 Democratic women ran in the House—57.3% (110 candidates) were incumbents while 42.7% (82 candidates) were challengers. Overall, 89 Democratic women won— 80 incumbents and 9 challengers. There is one remaining race with a non-incumbent Democratic woman that is too close to call.