Over the past few weeks, we've seen states pass anti-choice laws with the direct goal of challenging Roe v. Wade.
Times like this remind us of exactly why we need more pro-choice women holding office in each and every state and at every level of government.
We need to ensure Roe v. Wade stays in place in order to protect women's lives throughout our country. In order for this to happen, women must be at the table.
Whether you want to volunteer or work for a campaign, become a candidate yourself, or simply just want to see equal representation, there are 3 simple steps you can take today.
Join us for a full day of learning new skills, best practices, and the nuts-and-bolts of how to campaign and run for office.
Hear from elected officials and experts in the field, and network with others committed to achieving equal representation.
Listen to Keynote Speaker, National City Mayor Alejandra Sotelo-Solis.
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$10 for Students
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Research shows that when women run, they are elected at the same rate as men.
The problem is women don’t run at the same rate.
Is there a woman in your life who you think should run for office? Forward this blog post to her so she can consider getting started.