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Geraldine A. Ferraro earned a place in history as the first woman vice-presidential candidate on a national party ticket. Ms. Ferraro was first elected to Congress from New York's Ninth Congressional District in Queens in 1978 and served three terms in the House of Representatives. In Congress, she was a strong voice against the Reagan Administration's economic policies and was an advocate for women and the elderly, spearheading efforts to achieve passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, sponsoring the Women's Equity Act, and fighting proposed cuts in Social Security and Medicare. Ms. Ferraro has served as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission since 1994. An active participant in the nation's foreign policy debate, she serves as a board member of the National Democratic Institute of International Affairs and as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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