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Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is serving her sixth term in the U.S. House of Representatives representing the people of Washington’s Fifth Congressional District. In Congress, McMorris Rodgers promotes policies to give more opportunities to middle class families. She works to make health care affordable, advocate for our troops and their families, and empower working families while embracing high-tech, innovative policy solutions.
McMorris Rodgers serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee and has been a member of House Republican leadership since 2009. She is currently serving a second term as Conference Chair, making her the fourth highest-ranking Republican in the House of Representatives. In addition to serving as Chair, she is Co-Chair of two bipartisan Congressional caucuses – the Down Syndrome Caucus and the Military Family Caucus.
Prior to coming to Congress, McMorris Rodgers grew up working at her family’s orchard and fruit stand in Kettle Falls before serving the people of Eastern Washington as the 7th District Washington State Representative for ten years, where she rose to become House Republican leader, the top leadership post in the House Republican Conference.
She is married to Brian Rodgers, a retired 26 year active-duty Navy Commander, and they have three children: Cole 7; Grace, 4; and Brynn, 1.
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