Baldwin, who represents Wisconsin, is the first out LGBTQ+ member of the Senate.
November 30 2022 11:05 AM
Find out the latest news about Tammy Baldwin, who made LGBT history in 2012 by becoming the first openly gay U.S. Senator, in addition to her distinction being the first openly gay politician elected to the House of Representatives. Learn more about the Smith College graduate and Democrat from Wisconsin, who is considered one of the most liberal members of Congress. Learn about Tammy Baldwin's voting record and her work toward advancing the causes of women's and LGBT rights in the United States.
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