Equipped with a law degree from Harvard Law School, two master's degrees, a whole lot of energy and sheer determination, 34 year-old Wenona Benally Baldenegro is first Navajo woman to ever run for Congress.
Sitting at the table in her in-laws' dining room in Tucson, Wenona Benally Baldenegro begins like she would any campaign interview, discussing where she grew up and the road that led her to public service.
Wenona Benally Baldenegro would be the first Navajo woman to serve in Congressif elected to congressional district 1, in 2012. The district encompasses Flagstaff, as well as 11 Indian tribes. We spoke to Benally Baldenegro recently, and she told us there were several factors influencing her to seek this office.
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Politic365 had an opportunity to chat with Wenona Benally Baldenegro, a Democratic candidate running in Arizona’s newly redrawn 1st Congressional District.
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Green = Most Legislators Oppose Fast Track, Yellow = Some Opposition, Orange = Oppose TPP, Gray = UnknownDeLauro 13 - Signed 2013 DeLauro/Miller letterPocan - Signed Freshman Letter Opposing Fast TrackW/M - Signed Ways and Means Letter opposing TPPGibson - Signed Rep. Chris Gibson letter opposing TPP SOPA - Oppose Stop Online Piracy Act - voted against Currency - Oppose Currency Manipulation (Signed Michaud Letter) Textile - Oppose changes to "First Yarn" (Signed Textile Industry Letter)