CHANGING THE FACE OF POWER

Since 1982, Women Winning has been building a coalition of people of all backgrounds, gender identities, and political affiliations united in our mission to recruit, train, and elect pro-choice women to all levels of public office — from park board to President of the United States. We’ve endorsed and elected thousands of candidates, tripling the number of pro-choice women holding elected office in Minnesota.

This is a new era of pro-choice women’s leadership. Pro-choice women continue to step up to run for office and Women Winning will be with them at every step on the campaign trail in 2019, 2020, and beyond.

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2019 Primary Election Voter Guide

There are critical elections in Minnesota in 2019 and your vote matters. To ensure pro-choice women are represented at all levels of government, it’s up to us to vote for them. On August 13th — Primary Election Day — 4 of our endorsed candidates will be on the ballot. If you live in Ramsey County District 1, Bloomington, or Duluth, make a plan to vote and use Women Winning’s voter guide to make the best choice at the polls!

Women Winning Announces July Endorsements

Pro-choice women are our best advocates and we must have a seat at decision-making tables. Pro-choice women are running for important local and municipal offices across Minnesota in 2019 and Women Winning is proud to announce our endorsement of two strong candidates this July. 

Trailblazers & Changemakers: Commissioner Toni Carter

“The fervor and enthusiasm for women candidates is widespread. There is a growing understanding that women’s voices and the voice of people of color are critical — and we need to sustain that momentum… Together we are creating an incredible movement to boos us not just over the next hill, but even higher.”

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