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Stay Up-To-Date With Women’s Wins & Losses in 2018

At WomenCount, we're doing our best to keep you informed about how women are performing in the 2018 midterm elections. But sometimes things move fast, and we can't always update you on every win and loss. To ensure you don't...
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Seen the news from the DNC?

Have you seen this news from the DNC? The Democratic National Committee has just released ground rules and a schedule for the 2020 presidential debates—and the news is big for women candidates. In addition to meeting a polling threshold to...
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First, but not the last…

The news is still buzzing with this week’s announcement: Sen. Elizabeth Warren has formed a presidential exploratory committee, making her the first woman to officially put her name on the list of 2020 hopefuls. That’s why today we’re rolling out...
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Last Call for 2018

Women’s gains in Congress this year didn’t end when the last midterm race was called. The governor of Arizona just appointed Rep. Martha McSally to serve the remainder of John McCain’s Senate term, bringing women’s representation in the 116th Congress...
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Presidential Preview

Presidential speculation for 2020 is in full swing, and we couldn’t miss the chance to get in on it. There are four women senators who could announce as early as January 2019: Kirsten Gillibrand (NY), Kamala Harris (CA), Elizabeth Warren...
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126

Now that the final contested US House race has been called—CA-21, which just flipped Democratic after it was initially called for the Republican incumbent on Election Day—we can announce some numbers. First, 126: The number of women who will serve...
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It’s Giving Tuesday: help us grow

Here’s a cool fact: In 2019, at least 2,019 women will serve in state legislatures across the country, according to the Center for American Women and Politics. You played a role in that, by helping our Crowdfunding for Crowdfunding program...
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What we’re thankful for…

We couldn’t let Thanksgiving pass without saying one more time how grateful we are for everything you helped us achieve this year. First and foremost: Because of you, we crowdfunded $1.7 million to help elect Democratic women, with an average...
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Thank you

A week out, and the wins keep coming. It now looks like Democrats will gain between 35 and 40 House seats once all the votes are counted. And they are still being counted, mostly because of the heavy use of...
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A Deep Dive

Tuesday’s historic moment for women isn’t quite over. Right now, two marquee races remain undecided: Kyrsten Sinema’s Arizona Senate race and Stacey Abrams’ Georgia gubernatorial race. Mail ballot counting in Arizona could take days or weeks, and provisional ballots could...
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WomenCount This Week

We know there were some hard losses last night. But overall, the picture looks good for Democrats—and especially good for women. Democrats have officially gained 27 seats, taken control of the House and are on track to possibly pick up...
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