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Virginia Round 2

It was nearly two years ago that the Resistance notched its first major electoral victory of the Trump era: a massive voter turnout in Virginia’s legislative elections that propelled Democrats to within one seat of controlling the Virginia House of...
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What to do about Alabama:

This week, 25 white men in the Alabama Senate voted to ban abortion, a trend that’s played out (and is still playing out; Missouri's Senate just voted too) across the country this year. Four states have passed laws that would...
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Senate update (GA, TX and IA)

The 2020 Senate landscape got a little clearer last week. First, the disappointing news: Stacey Abrams officially announced she won’t challenge Sen. David Perdue for his Senate seat. Her potential entrance into the 2020 field had energized Democrats who believed...
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The Perfect Scarf for Mom!

Don’t forget—Mother’s Day is less than two weeks away! There’s still plenty of time to find the perfect gift, and we have a suggestion: this beautiful HERWAVE 2018 sheer silk wrap from Resistance by Design with illustrations of all the...
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Women Getting Sidelined

We’re two months out from the first debate! The first Democratic primary debates of the 2020 election cycle will happen on June 26 and 27. First, the good news: All four leading women—Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth...
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a new Senate recruit

We’re adding a new (but familiar) face to our Recruit Them to Run Senate pledge slate: It’s MJ Hegar, who is considering a bid to unseat incumbent Republican Sen. John Cornyn next year in Texas. We can’t stress this enough:...
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2020 Rematch

We expect the women-led momentum that propelled Democrats into the House majority in 2018 to continue next year, and we want women in the most competitive races to be able to finish what they started—and lead us to even bigger...
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Kamala

There are only a few days left in March, and we’re still more than $2k short of raising $10k for the four top-tier women running for president. Sure, we’re still a year out from peak 2020 primary season. But the...
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Spotlight on Klobuchar

The special counsel’s report is out, but it really hasn’t changed the basic facts in our case to get Donald Trump out of office. He’s implemented policies that have hurt millions of Americans, strained our economy, and run one of...
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A Persistent Trailblazer

When Elizabeth Warren was elected to the US Senate on November 6, 2012, she became the first female senator from Massachusetts. But her trailblazing didn’t start or end there. Sen. Warren’s very first “first” was at the precocious age of...
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