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No More

The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Brett Kavanaugh tomorrow — and then the full Senate is likely to confirm, changing the Supreme Court’s balance of power for a generation. Democrats have put up a spirited fight, taking...
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They Need Us The Most

After Tuesday's primaries in Massachusetts, the field of congressional candidates is largely set—so we've been busy doing the math. At the highest end, if every single woman nominee in a seat that is considered competitive by the pundits wins in...
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Now We Have to Move Fast

Tuesday was a great night for women running in some of the most flippable Congressional races. And now we have to move fast to help them. All eyes are on Kyrsten Sinema, one of our best hopes to gain a...
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Big Week Ahead

Two big state primaries are coming up this week: Florida and Arizona. In Florida, Gwen Graham is within striking distance of winning the Democratic nomination for governor, adding to 2018’s record number of female gubernatorial nominees. And in Arizona, headlining the...
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Record-Breaking

After victories by Gretchen Whitmer (MI) and Laura Kelly (KS) last week, we hit a record: the most female nominees for governor in history. And this week, we added to the total. Christine Hallquist won the nomination on Tuesday to...
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The allies we need

Did you know Ro Khanna created a slate and started fundraising for WomenCount? Read on to learn more: The movement to elect more progressives to office, at every level of our government, is gaining momentum. And thanks to organizations like WomenCount,...
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Michigan

The results are in for one of this fall’s most critical states: Michigan! And women are officially the nominees in the most important races up and down the ticket. They will determine control of the Senate, House, and both state...
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Primaries: final stretch

After a break in July, we’re about to enter our busiest month of primaries since March. Among the headliners in August, there are primaries in three states—Michigan, Minnesota and Florida—where we have the opportunity to put women in the governor’s...
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100 Days

Voters go to the polls in 100 days! General election voting will start even sooner in states with generous early voting. In the next 100 days, polls will rapidly narrow, because most people will make up their mind about who...
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A fighting chance in GA

Big news: Stacey Abrams officially has her opponent for this fall’s Georgia gubernatorial showdown. In a shocking upset, far-right candidate Brian Kemp triumphed over sitting Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, meaning we can expect a Trump-like spectacle to loom over the...
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