Mariannette Miller-Meeks


Mariannette Miller-Meeks was elected to represent Iowa's 2nd Congressional District in 2020. Prior to that, she was elected to the Iowa Senate in 2018. A veteran and a doctor, she served in the U.S. Army for 24 years, earning the rank of lieutenant colonel. She then established a medical practice in 1997 in Ottumwa, Iowa, where she and her husband Curt still live. They have two grown sons.

In the House, Congresswoman Miller-Meeks has stood up against the pro-abortion agenda of the Biden-Harris administration and Pelosi Democrats who are actively working to expand abortion access and abortion funding. Rep. Miller-Meeks has voted consistently to defend the lives of the unborn and infants. This includes stopping hard-earned tax dollars from paying for abortion, whether domestically or internationally, and protecting health care provider rights for those who refuse to engage in brutal abortions.

Congresswoman Miller-Meeks led a letter to Secretary of Veteran Affairs (VA) Denis McDonough calling on him to recognize current prohibitions for abortion funding through the VA. She also offered a unanimous consent request for consideration of H.R. 18, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act, which would make the Hyde Amendment permanent.

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Election: November 8, 2022