The first Native American congresswomen

Two women are vying to be the first Native American congresswomen
Sharice David's the Ho-Chunk Nation tribe
Debra Haaland, a Native American woman

At Last, We May Get Our First Native American Woman In Congress

Deb Haaland has been helping New Mexico Democrats win races for 20 years. Now she’s running for a U.S. House seat.

There’s never been a Native American woman elected to federal office — yet these two are seeking to change that

There have been many political milestones for minorities in the United States in the past decade, still Americans have yet to see a Native American congresswoman.

That may soon change. After urging women and people of color to seek public office, Sharice David's decided to take her own advice. Now she's running for Congress

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