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Maggie's List is a United States federal political action committee founded in Florida in 2010 to "raise awareness and funds to increase the number of conservative women elected to federal public office."
- Ginny Brown-Waite, then-Congresswoman for Florida's 5th Congressional district
- Lynn Jenkins, then-Congresswoman for Kansas's 2nd Congressional district
- Jennifer Carroll, former Lieutenant Governor of Florida
- Denise Grimsley, Florida State Senator for 26th district
- Kathleen Passidomo, Florida State Senator for 28th district
- Dana Young, Florida State Senator for 18th district
- Gayle Harrell, Florida State Representative for 83rd district
- Faye B. Culp, former Florida State Representative for 57th district
It is named after Margaret Chase Smith, a Republican who was the first woman elected to both houses of Congress (elected to the House in 1940 and the Senate in 1948). Maggie's List first raised money and made donations to candidates in the 2010 elections.
Other U.S. groups that help elect conservative women
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