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Senator Jeanne Shaheen(Comments Off)

October 7, 2014

U.S. Senate, New Hampshire U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, a champion for WAND’s peace and security issues, is in a tough re-election fight in New Hampshire against former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown. In 2011, Sen. Shaheen was the Torchbearer recipient at the WAND/WiLL Biennial Conference, and she is an original co-sponsor of the Women, Peace, and […]

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Brenda Lawrence

U.S. House of Representatives, Michigan-14 Brenda Lawrence is running to be the next Congresswoman in Michigan’s 14th District after serving as the first female and first African-American mayor of Southfield. In Congress, she will be a strong advocate for WAND’s positions on peace and security issues. Mayor Lawrence is a Detroit native and raised her […]

In Profile: Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty

Since her election in 2012, Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty has been a champion for the constituents of Connecticut’s 5th Congressional district. Congresswoman Esty understands her responsibility for upholding justice and safety in her community, especially in light of the terrible tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, located in the 5th district. As one of the 12 […]

In Profile: Congresswoman Barbara Lee

Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA13) was first elected to Congress in 1998. Since then, she has achieved status as a Senior Democratic Whip and is the chair of Whip’s Task Force on Poverty and Opportunity. She became the first African American woman to be Representative of the United States at a General Assembly of the United […]

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