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McMorris Rodgers Ranks Fifth on List of Influential Conservative Women

In the opinion of a conservative political blog, Washington can add a new name to our list of women elected to public office who have parlayed political appeal into considerable influence.

Noteworthy political blog Right Wing News recently ranked Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-5) as the 5th most influential conservative women in the U.S., behind former Gov. Sarah Palin, conservative luminary and author Ann Coulter, radio host and author Laura Ingraham, and fellow congresswoman and presidential candidate Michelle Bachman (MN-6).

Since her election in 2008 to serve as the Vice Chair of the House Republican Conference, McMorris Rodgers has been fourth in the House Republican leadership and the highest ranking Republican woman.

Other notable entries on the 20-member list include author and columnist Michelle Malkin (6th), former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice (9th) and former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino (15th).

To read the entire list, please visit Right Wing News.

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1 Comment

  1. Hi There Nwdailymarker,
    Thanks, on a related note, Republican women more qualified than Sarah Palin for the position of VP:

    Kay Bailey Hutchison
    Lisa Murkowski
    Olympia Snowe
    Susan Collins
    Elizabeth Dole
    Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
    Deborah Pryce
    Barbara Cubin
    Sue Myrick
    Jo Ann Emerson
    Kay Granger
    Mary Bono
    Heather Wilson
    Judith Borg Biggert
    Shelley Moore Capito
    Marsha Blackburn
    Ginny Brown-Waite
    Candice Miller
    Marilyn Musgrave
    Thelma Drake
    Virginia Foxx
    Cathy McMorris Rodgers
    Jean Schmidt
    Condoleezza Rice
    Elaine Chao
    Margaret Spellings
    Mary Peters
    Susan Schwab
    Good Job!

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