Debbie Stabenow

United States Senator

Senator Debbie Stabenow was first elected to the United States Senate in 2000. She is known for her ability to build coalitions to get things done for Michigan and our nation. As Ranking Member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, and as a member of the Senate Energy, Finance, and Budget Committees, she has a powerful and unique role to play in shaping our nation's manufacturing, health care, and agriculture policies, which are critical to our future. Among her many accomplishments, she has cut taxes for small businesses and passed initiatives to revitalize the manufacturing sector. Senator Stabenow authored a bipartisan Farm Bill that is strengthening Michigan agriculture and making unprecedented investments in protecting the Great Lakes. She has played a leading role in making positive reforms to health care, and she successfully passed far-reaching reforms to improve our nation’s mental health system. 


Plenary: Power Women Making a Difference