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A Different Time
A Different Time
A Different Time
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly recalls how girls were treated differently because of their gender when she was younger.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
Beating the Odds
Beating the Odds
Beating the Odds
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly describes the obstacles she faced during her first campaign for Congress in 1994.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
Differing Styles of Legislating
Differing Styles of Legislating
Differing Styles of Legislating
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly observes the different approaches of men and women Members of Congress.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
Family Support and Elective Office
Family Support and Elective Office
Family Support and Elective Office
The Honorable Shelley Berkley recalls a conversation with her mother about running for office and starting a family.
The Honorable Shelley Berkley, U.S. Representative of Nevada
"It Was a Horrible Feeling"
"It Was a Horrible Feeling"
"It Was a Horrible Feeling"
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly shares her memories of returning to New York City after the attacks on September 11, 2001.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
Leaving a Mark
Leaving a Mark
Leaving a Mark
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly reflects on how her career influenced other women.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
Long Days and Nights at the Capitol
Long Days and Nights at the Capitol
Long Days and Nights at the Capitol
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly remembers the hectic schedule during the First 100 Days of the 104th Congress (1995–1997).
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
New Perspective in the Whip's Office
New Perspective in the Whip's Office
New Perspective in the Whip's Office
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly describes the Republican whip operation under Representative Tom DeLay of Texas while she served in the House.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
"Sue Kelly For Congress"
"Sue Kelly For Congress"
"Sue Kelly For Congress"
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly describes campaigning with her husband.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
The Violence Against Women Act
The Violence Against Women Act
The Violence Against Women Act
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly describes the role of Republican Congresswomen, like Representatives Connie Morella of Maryland and Jennifer Dunn of Washington, in the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
"There Were No Women on that Committee"
"There Were No Women on that Committee"
"There Were No Women on that Committee"
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly explains how gender could serve as an obstacle in Congress.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York
"What Do You Think They've Been Doing?"
"What Do You Think They've Been Doing?"
"What Do You Think They've Been Doing?"
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly recollects the uncertainty felt by some Members when women Representatives joined forces.
The Honorable Sue W. Kelly, U.S. Representative of New York