This page lists memberships in organizations, for elected officials.
Each organization determines its own rules for membership.
on Jan 1, 2001
Membership Roster: of the National Governors Association:
Source: National Governors Association web site www.NGA.org
The National Governors Association (NGA) is the collective voice of the nation’s governors and one of Washington’s most respected public policy organizations. NGA provides governors with services that range from representing states on Capitol Hill and before the Administration on key federal issues to developing policy reports on innovative state programs and hosting networking seminars for state government executive branch officials. The NGA Center for Best Practices focuses on state innovations and best practices on issues that range from education and health to technology, welfare reform, and the environment. NGA also provides management and technical assistance to both new and incumbent governors.
Since their initial meeting in 1908 to discuss interstate water problems, governors have worked through the National Governors Association to deal with issues of public policy and governance relating to the states. The association’s ongoing mission is to support the work of the
governors by providing a bipartisan forum to help shape and implement national policy and to solve state problems.
Fortune Magazine recently named NGA as one of Washington’s most powerful lobbying organizations due, in large part, to NGA’s ability to lead the debate on issues that impact states. From welfare reform to education, from the historic tobacco settlement to wireless communications tax policies, NGA has influenced major public policy issues while maintaining the strength of our Federalist system of government.
There are three standing committees—on Economic Development and Commerce, Human Resources, and Natural Resources—that provide a venue for governors to examine and develop policy positions on key state and national issues.
[Note: NGA positions represent a majority view of the nation’s governors, but do not necessarily reflect a governor’s individual viewpoint. Governors vote on NGA policy positions but the votes are not made public.]
- Topic: Principles & Values
- Headline: Member, National Governors Association/Economic Development
- Headline 2: Member, National Governors Association/Human Resources Cmte
- Headline 3: Member, National Governors Association/Natural Resources
- Key for participation codes:
- Sponsorships: p=sponsored; o=co-sponsored; s=signed
- Memberships: c=chair; m=member; e=endorsed; f=profiled; s=scored
- Resolutions: i=introduced; w=wrote; a=adopted
- Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
- Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.
participating in 01-NGA0
||s1m||RI00 Former Republican Governor (1995-2002)|
||s1m||FL Former Republican Governor (1999-2006)|
||s1m||NJ00 Former Republican Governor (2001)|
||s1m||LA Former Republican Governor (1996-2003)|
||s1m||WY Former Republican Governor (1995-2002)|
||s1m||VA Republican Senate Challenger; previously Governor|
||s1m||KS Former Republican Governor (1995-2002)|
||s1m||NV Former Republican Governor (1999-2006)|
||s1m||ND Former Republican Governor (2000-2010)|
|Jane Dee Hull
||s1m||AZ Former Republican Governor (1997-2002)|
||s1m||SD00 Former Republican Governor (1979=1986 & 1995-2002)|
||s1m||NE Former Republican Governor (2005-2007); elected Senator 2008|
||s1m||NM Former Republican Governor (1995-2002)|
||s1m||OK00 Former Republican Governor (1995-2002)|
||s1m||MT Former Republican Governor (2001-2005)|
||s1m||WI00 Former Republican Governor (2001-2002)|
||s1m||CO Former Republican Governor (1999-2006)|
||s1m||NY Former Republican Governor (1995-2006)|
||s1m||TX Republican Governor|
||s1m||PA Former Republican Governor (1995-2001); DHS Cabinet Sec'y|
||s1m||CT Former Republican Governor (1995-2004)|
||s1m||IL Former Republican Governor (1999-2002)|
||s1m||TN00 Former Republican Governor (1995-2002)|
||s1m||MA02 Former Republican Governor (2001-2002)|
||s1m||OH Former Republican Governor (1999-2006)|
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