The Wish List (political organization)

The Wish List (political organization)

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The Wish List is an organization whose acronym for Women In the Senate and House. It is a political action committee devoted to getting pro-choice Republican women elected to the House of Representatives and Senate, The Wish List was founded in 1992. It can be considered a counterpart to two other organizations: Emily's List, whose goal is to elect pro-choice Democratic women, and the Susan B. Anthony List, whose goal is to elect pro-life women. The Wish List maintains strong alliances with other moderate to liberal Republican groups, such as The Republican Majority For Choice, It's My Party Too, and Republicans For Choice.


*Wish List Chairwoman, Glenda L. Greenwald
*President, Pat Giardina Carpenter
*Secretary, Victoria Toensing
*Treasurer, Maureen H. Lydon


*Susan Collins, Maine
*Olympia Snowe, Maine
*Lisa Murkowski, Alaska
*Kay Bailey Hutchison, Texas


*Judy Biggert of Illinois
*Mary Bono of California
*Ginny Brown-Waite, Florida
*Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia
*Kay Granger of Texas
*Nancy Johnson, Connecticut (Lost in 2006)
*Sue Kelly, New York (Lost in 2006)
*Shelley Moore of West Virginia
*Deborah Pryce of Ohio
*Heather Wilson of New Mexico


*Linda Lingle, Hawaii
*Jodi Rell, Connecticut

Other State wide offices

*Arizona Corporation Commissioner Kristin Mayes
*Former Illinois State Treasurer Judy Baar Topinka
*Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Jenkins
*Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger
*Former Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey
*North Carolina Labor Commissioner Cherie Killian Berry

tate Senate

*Carolyn Allen, Arizona
*Toni Hellon, Arizona

*Nancy Spence, Colorado

*Cathy Cook, Connecticut
*Judith Freedman, Connecticut

*Liane Sorenson, Delaware

*Pamela Althoff, Illinois
*Christine Radogno, Illinois

*Barbara Allen, Kansas
*Jean Kurtis Schodorf, Kansas
*Vicki Schmidt, Kansas

*Diane Allen, New Jersey
*Martha Bark, New Jersey

*Sue Wilson Beffort, New Mexico

*Patricia McGee, New York

*Jane Earll, Pennsylvania
*Pat Vance, Pennsylvania
*Mary Jo White, Pennsylvania

*June Gibbs, Rhode Island

*Diane Snelling, Vermont
*Wendy Wilton, Vermont

*Cheryl Pflug, Washington

tate House

*Gabrielle LeDoux, Alaska

*Michele Reagan, Arizona

*Lynn Daucher, California
*Shirley Horton, California

*Penny Bacchiochi, Connecticut
*Toni Boucher, Connecticut
*Ruth Fahrbach, Connecticut
*Livvy Floren, Connecticut
*Lile Gibbons, Connecticut
*Sonya Googins, Connecticut
*DebraLee Hovey, Connecticut
*Themis Klarides, Connecticut
*Claudia Powers, Connecticut
*Pamela Ziegler Sawyer, Connecticut
*Lenny Winkler, Connecticut

*Donna Stone, Delaware
*Nancy Wagner, Delaware

*Donna Clark, Florida
*Faye Culp, Florida
*Nancy Detert, Florida

*Barbara Marumoto, Hawaii
*Cynthia Thielen, Hawaii

*Jana Kemp, Idaho

*Suzie Bassi, Illinois
*Elizabeth Coulson, Illinois
*Carolyn Krause, Illinois
*Patricia Reid Lindner, Illinois
*Rosemary Mulligan, Illinois
*Sandra Pihos, Illinois

*Vaneta Becker, Indiana
*Phyllis Pond, Indiana

*Libby Swanson Jacobs, Iowa

*Susan Williams Gifford, Massachusetts
*Shirley Gomes, Massachusetts
*Karyn Polito, Massachusetts
*Susan Pope, Massachusetts
*Mary Rogeness, Massachusetts

*Kathlyn Fares, Missouri

*Julie Brown, New Hampshire
*Patricia Dunlap, New Hampshire
*Stephanie Eaton, New Hampshire
*Sheila Francoeur, New Hampshire
*Elizabeth Hager, New Hampshire
*Sandra Balomenos Keans, New Hampshire

*Charlotte Vandervalk, New Jersey

*Nancy Calhoun, New York
*Donna Ferrara, New York
*Teresa Sayward, New York
*Dierdre Scozzafava, New York

*Vicki Berger, Oregon

*Sue Cornell, Pennsylvania
*Carole Rubley, Pennsylvania

*Carol Mumford, Rhode Island

*Jodi Cutler, South Dakota

*Joyce Errecart, Vermont

External links

* [ Official web site]

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