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It’s Over!

Today, we can finally exhale the collective breath we’ve been holding in for 1,461 days. Because today we didn’t just inaugurate a new President—we inaugurated the post-Trump era, starting with the historic swearing in of the first female Vice President...
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You make this work

Did you know WomenCount is a nonprofit? That’s right: the $2.8 million we crowdfunded for Democratic women this cycle—a small group of part-time contractors, volunteers and interns made that possible. We expand and increase our fundraising for candidates every election...
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Women just lost a seat in the Senate

By now you've seen the news:  CA Gov. Gavin Newsom has picked CA Secretary of State Alex Padilla to fill the US Senate seat currently held by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.  Women have now lost a seat in the Senate,...
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2022 Sneak Peek

Yes, we’re already thinking about what the political map looks like in 2022.  And no, it’s not too early, because it’s well-known in politics that a surge in early fundraising can help ward off a primary or general election challenger...
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Madame President (of the Senate)

New slate alert! Today we’re rolling out our Madame President (of the Senate) slate — three organizations working on the ground to get Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff into the US Senate: Fair Fight Action, New Georgia Project, and...
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For Giving Tuesday, another note on 2021 (and beyond)

t’s Giving Tuesday, the year’s biggest day of nonprofit giving. So we’re going to get right to the point—here are three reasons we need your help today to make our $10,000 online year-end goal.1. Supporting state and local candidates of...
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Meet our 2021 freshman class

Even as we continue to celebrate the historic victory of Kamala Harris as our next Vice President, we also acknowledge that 2020 was a disappointing year for Democratic women. Ballot counting is still underway in some close races (most notably,...