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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,...
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Checking in

How are you doing? We've been mostly glued to our televisions and hitting 'refresh' on the New York Times' homepage for the last 48 hours. We're guessing you've been doing something similar. Now, it's looking like we may be on...
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What we’ll know & when (Women’s Edition)

It’s the question everyone is asking: When will we have election results? Like others, we can only guess, based on when the polls close in key states and how long it will take states to count all the votes. (FiveThirtyEight...
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[4 days] The real Devil’s Night? November 3 😈

Are you ready for Devil’s Night? You read that right: In some parts of the country, the night before Halloween is called “Devil’s Night,” “Mischief Night,” or “Gate Night.” It’s a night for adolescent pranks, vandalism and—if you’re wondering why...
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6 days left to help Black women make history

Black women are the leaders of the Democratic Party. And we only have six days left to make sure that this year, the people we put in office reflect that. Yes, we’re talking about Kamala—but not just her. Black women...