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New partnership + slate supporting House women

We know there’s a lot of uncertainty at the top of the Democratic ticket right now, but that hasn’t changed our mission: Empowering women donors to grow their influence, thereby helping ensure women running for office at all levels have...
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[New Slate] 10 Black women to support on Juneteenth

Today, Americans across the country are celebrating Juneteenth, our newest national holiday. Black Americans have celebrated it for decades as the official end of slavery in the United States. Federally recognized since 2021, it’s now a day we’re all called...
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A rare abortion win at SCOTUS

Yesterday morning, we got a rare win at the Supreme Court: In a unanimous opinion, the Justices preserved widespread access to mifepristone, one of two ingredients in the abortion pill. Sixty-three percent of abortions are medication abortions, and it is...
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Down to the wire in Maryland

We have less than a week to do everything we can to help Angela Alsobrooks win the Maryland primary, putting her on a path to be the state's next US Senator. Donating to her campaign is the single best way...
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New info on the giving gap: What you can do now

Our friends at the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) just updated their Women, Money, & Politics Watch series with new donor data from 2023, and one topline finding shocked us: Women make up at least half of individual donors to...
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4 must-win May primaries for women

We’re still reeling from the fundraising disparity between male and female US Senate candidates revealed by last week’s fundraising reports. In case you missed the first-quarter numbers:  Ruben Gallego, Arizona: $7.2 million  Jon Tester, Montana: $7.2 million  Jacky Rosen, Nevada: $4 million...
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BREAKING] Political gender giving gap soars in Q1

On Monday we got our first complete look at what US Senate fundraising looks like heading into this crucial election year—and no surprise, the gender giving gap is bigger than ever.  Let’s first look just at Q1 contributions for the...