Moore was first elected to Congress in 2004 after serving many years in the Wisconsin State Assembly and Senate.
She sits on the influential Ways and Means Committee, which oversees tax-writing, banking, tariffs, trade agreements and the revenue-related aspects of Social Security, Medicare and social services programs.
According to her disclosure report, Moore is one of the least wealthy members of Congress. She owns a home, but representatives are not required to disclose their personal residence. The only asset she reports is about $17,000 in the Wisconsin pension system. She also reported a mortgage on her residence between $50,000 and $100,000.