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Women Senate candidates are raising half as much as men.

The first quarterly fundraising deadline of this year is today, and the women on our 2022 Senate slateneed your help now to close big gaps:  For every dollar given to an incumbent man’s campaign in a competitive race, only 57 cents...
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5 incumbents who need $$$ before the Q1 deadline

The first quarterly fundraising deadline is coming up March 31, and there are five women on the DCCC’s newly updated “Frontline” incumbents list who need our help now to post competitive numbers. The list is discouraging news overall for women’s representation...
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Have you given yet to these 8 candidates who can make history?

Today is International Women’s Day, when countries around the globe celebrate the achievements of women, and acknowledge the barriers that still need to be broken.  At WomenCount, we’re working to help break a barrier that keeps women from obtaining parity...
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Texas Update + New Candidates

Quick update from Texas. We saw strength for progressive Democrats and women of color, but many are heading into the runoff on May 24. Here’s a rundown of results, plus our reorganized 2022 Texas slate. US House TX-15: Progressive activist Michelle Vallejo (20%) will...
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8 of the closest non-incumbent House races

Some politically critical states have just finished drawing their new Congressional maps.  So today we’re debuting our 2022 House Non-Incumbents slate, eight women who will have the closest general election races if they make it out of the primary. We’re expecting...
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Urgent news from Georgia (re: Stacey Abrams)

An urgent fundraising situation for Stacey Abrams is developing in Georgia. Governor Brian Kemp and his allies in the state legislature are fast-tracking a bill that would ban challenging candidates from raising money during the legislative session, meaning Stacey, other...
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TX primary in less than 4 weeks

We’re less than four weeks away from 2022’s first primary contest, in Texas on March 1. Texas is the only game in town right now. Other March primary states pushed their elections back due to delays in redistricting. And women are...
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5 tossup races impacted by redistricting

Two thirds of states have now completed their redistricting process, and we’re getting a clearer view of which Democratic incumbent women will be most vulnerable this year.  Enter our updated 2022 Most Vulnerable Incumbents slate. Note that these are only...