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Women have made slow but steady progress in gaining election to the North Carolina General Assembly, bringing with them fresh perspectives and legislative proficiency.
Gray chronicles the increase in the number of women legislators over the last twenty years and cites trends that may lead to even greater female representation in the future.
Women legislators in the North Carolina General Assembly are increasingly playing more prominent roles. This is most evident in the committees that are chaired by women, including the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee
The 1975 North Carolina General Assembly has fifteen women members. This article provides a brief profile on each of them.