Elizabeth Baldwin Letchworth


1959 –


Who is Elizabeth Baldwin Letchworth?

Elizabeth Baldwin Letchworth is a small business owner, Republican legislative strategist and consultant and a past elected United States Senate Officer. Letchworth is the first woman to have been elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority for the republicans. She was also elected as the United States Senate Secretary for the Minority. Letchworth is the founder of GradeGov.com, . and provides political information and commentary for several news and current events publications. Letchworth is the chairperson of the Habitat for Humanity-Marion County, Florida affiliate. She also hosts a twice weekly radio show entitled Congress College and serves as a principal in the Washington, DC consulting firm of Congressional Global Strategies.

In office from 1995 to 2001, she was preceded by Howard O. Greene, Jr. and succeeded by David Schiappa.

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Jul 5, 1959

on July 23, 2013


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