Edith Rogers was an American Social Reformer and Politician.
Rogers became politically active after her husband became a Congressman in 1912 and she ran for his seat in 1925 after his death. Rogers was re-elected 18 times and was (until 2012) the longest serving Congresswoman.
Rogers had a particular interest in Veterans' rights and sponsored and helped to draft the 1944 G.I. Bill of Rights, a piece of legislation that improved the opportunities for returning soldiers.
Edith Rogers died during her 19th Congressional campaign.