House, Florida, District #22
2500 N. Military Trail,
Boca Raton, FL 33431
After serving 14 years in the Florida state legislature, including as the first woman Democratic minority leader, Lois became mayor of West Palm Beach in 2003. Lois was elected November 6, 2012 to represent Florida's 22nd Congressional District.
Lois has been a champion for seniors, families and small businesses. She is dedicated to protecting Social Security and Medicare. She believes in tax breaks for middle class families and closing loopholes for Big Oil companies.
Lois has never wavered in her belief that a woman must have the right to make choices about her body without the involvement of government officials. She is a life-long supporter of women’s reproductive rights. She is a committed supporter of Roe v. Wade and believes that access to effective birth control and emergency contraception should be guaranteed for all women.
Transportation and Infrastructure Committee
-Highways and Transit, Water Resources and the Environment, and the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation subcommittees.
Foreign Affairs committee
- Middle East and North Africa subcommittee.