Four out of the six (66.7.%) non-voting representatives in the House of Representatives are women. By contrast, only 127 out of the 535 (23.7%) elected members of Congress from the fifty states are women.
Mayor: Muriel Bowser (D) has served as mayor since 2015. Sharon Pratt Kelly served as mayor from 1991-1995. She was also the first African American woman to serve as mayor of a major American city
City Council: Four of the District's 13 city council members (31%) are women
Delegate to U.S. House: Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) has served as the District's one non-voting representative in Congress since 1991
Governor: Síla Calderon served as the first and only woman governor from 2001-2005
Legislature: Fourteen of the 81 seats (17%) are held by women
Mayors: Carmen Yulín Cruz and María Meléndez are mayors of San Juan and Ponce, the largest and fourth largest cities respectively.
Delegate to the U.S. House: Jenniffer González was elected Resident Commissioner in 2016 and is the first woman to hold the position
Governor: Lou Leon Guerrero, elected in 2018, is the first woman to serve as Governor.
Legislature:Ten of the 15 seats (67%) are held by women. Tina Muña Barnes currently serves as Speaker and Telena Cruz nelson as vice-Speaker.
Mayors: Dededo, Tamuning, and Barrigada, Guam's first, third, and fifth largest villages respectively, all have female mayors
Delegate to the U.S. House: Madeleine Z. Bordallo (D) served as Guam's first woman non-voting delegate from 2003 to 2019.
Governor: No woman has served as governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands
Legislature: Four of 15 seats (26.7%) are held by women
Delegate to the U.S. House: Stacey Plaskett (D) currently serves as the delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives, starting in 2015. Her predecessor, Donna Christian-Christensen, served from 1997-2015
Governor: No woman has served as governor of the Northern Mariana Islands
Legislature: Four of the 29 seats (13.8%) are held by women. This is the second-lowest percentage in the country.
Mayors: Saipan has never had a woman mayor.
Delegate to the U.S. House: No woman has served as the delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives
Governor: No woman has served as governor of American Samoa
Legislature: Two out of 39 seats (5.1%) are held by women. This is the lowest of any state or territory in the country.
Delegate to the U.S. House: Amata Coleman Radewagen has served as American Samoa's first female non-voting delegate since 2015