Marcia Fudge was born on 29 October 1952. Marcia Louise Fudge an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 11th congressional district since 2008. A member of the Democratic Party, Marcia Fudge won a special election to succeed Stephanie Tubbs Jones, who died in office.
Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge is a committed public servant who brings a hard-working, problem-solving spirit to Congress and to the task of creating jobs, protecting safety net programs, and improving access to quality public education, health care and healthy foods. First elected in 2008, she represents the people of the 11th Congressional District of Ohio.
Born on 12 July 1976 in Tucson, Kyrsten Sinema went through some tough times growing up. Kyrsten family struggled to make ends meet, and for a while they were even homeless. But they got by thanks to family, church, and hard work. Kyrsten’s childhood experience showed her the power of hard work and the importance of helping others. Kyrsten knows firsthand the challenges everyday Arizonans face.
Education was Kyrsten’s ticket to a better life. With the help of student loans, academic scholarships, and financial aid, she went to BYU and then ASU, where she now teaches as a proud Sun Devil.
After graduating, she worked with students and families in Arizona who faced some of the same challenges she did. Kyrsten’s commitment to service led her to the Arizona Legislature, where she passed a law to help veterans get in–state tuition at all Arizona public universities, cracked down on sex trafficking, and advocated for children’s health care and education.
Nita Lowey was born on 5 July 1937. Nita M. Lowey is also the first woman to lead either party on the powerful House Appropriations Committee. Nita Lowey was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1988 and served in the Democratic Leadership in 2001 and 2002 as the first woman and the first New Yorker to chair the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Lowey has been described as “courageous” by The New York Times, “terrific” by Newsday, and one of “New York’s key Members of Congress” by the New York Daily News. The Journal News called Lowey “one of the most influential Members of Congress.”