American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A woman who is a member of a committee.
- n. A woman who is a party leader of a ward or precinct.
- n. a woman who is a member of a committee
“Cassie Wallender, a national committeewoman from the Washington Young Republican Federation, then wrote: “Someone please help a naïve Seattle girl out, is Eric’s comment a racist slur?””
“Liz Lempert, a Princeton Township committeewoman, said she visited one local pharmacy that stayed open even though it lacked power.”
“Just you watch, said Jody Dow, a committeewoman from Massachusetts.”
“Schwank was nominated by State Rep. Tomas Caltaglirone and seconded by Rita Banning, a committeewoman and former Commissioner of Montgomery County.”
“The committee members affirmed their support in a letter organized over the last 24 hours by Maryland committeewoman Joyce Terhes and California GOP chairman Ron Nehring in response to calls for Steele to step down.”
“One committeewoman who attended the debate told me that her primary consideration was finding "someone to bring us together.”
“I then spoke with a candidate for the State House who suggested I also give it to the district committeewoman, as the county chairman gets very busy.”
“Sharon Day, a Broward County committeewoman and secretary of the Republican National Committee, called Greer pompous and showy.”
“Finally, Bernice Stern entered into Democratic politics when elected precinct committeewoman then to the King County Council in 1969, where she served until retiring in 1979.”
“As national committeewoman, she helped to create and develop the Democratic club movement as a viable force in the California Democratic Party during the early 1950s.”
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