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Cathy McMorris Rodgers
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U.S. Congressman
    (May 22, 1969- )
    Born in Salem, Oregon
    Served in the Washington House of Representatives (1994-2005)
    Represented Washington's 5th Congressional district (2005- )
    Selected to deliver the Republican response to President Barack Obama's 5th State of the Union Address (January 28, 2014)
    Named Chair of the House Republican Conference (2013), making her the highest ranking Republican woman in Congress
    She is a Laura Bush doppelanger.
    She is an outspoken opponent of Endangered Species legislation.
    She has clashed repeatedly with local American Indian tribal leadership.
    Consensus among grassroots conservatives tends to be that she's a RINO (Republican in Name Only).
    Her rebuttal to President Obama's SOTU address was panned as ineffective (her Obamacare 'horror story' was easily picked apart).
    During the 'Birther' craze in 2011, when asked if she believed President Obama was a U.S. citizen, she replied 'Oh, I'd like to see the documents!'
    She has been accused of waffling on her support for Republican nominee - and eventual President elect - Donald Trump (she was a no-show for the 2016 RNC, but has vocally supported his controversial 'Muslim Entry Ban').
    She was strongly in the running for the Department of the Interior head position in Trump's administration, but for whatever reason was passed over in favor of Ryan Zinke.
    She is descended from pioneers who traveled on the Oregon Trail.
    Her son was born with down syndrome.
    She was the first person in her family to graduate from college.
    She became the first member of Congress to give birth three times while serving in Congress.
    She co-founded both the Congressional Down Syndrome Caucus and the Congressional Military Family Caucus (her husband is a Navy veteran).
    She generally votes along party lines, although she broke from party leadership on the issue of Syrian intervention (2013).
    National Journal named her one of the 'Ten Republicans to follow on Twitter' during the 2012 elections.
    She was the first Republican woman to deliver a SOTUS in nearly fifteen years (the last one being Sen. Susan Collins in 2000).
    She credits her early days working at McDonald’s with teaching her a sense of professionalism, telling Glamour Magazine: 'I learned good customer service: Keep that smile on your face!'

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