Now more than ever, we need our best advocates in elected office. From city council to U.S. Congress, elected leaders make decisions that impact our lives every day — from protections for essential workers, to community safety programs, to zoning and funding for reproductive health clinics. Who we elect matters.
Women Winning has endorsed a strong slate of pro-choice women running for critical offices up and down the ballot in 2020. On Tuesday, August 11th — Primary Election Day — 18 of our endorsed candidates will be on the ballot. To move on to the November General Election, these candidates first have to win their August primaries.
Use Women Winning’s 2020 Primary Election Voter Guide to find out which of our endorsed candidates are on your ballot in August and make a plan to vote for them. It’s up to us to elect the government we need and deserve.
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MAKE A PLAN
Your vote matters. Make a plan to cast your ballot! During this time of uncertainty, we encourage you to request an absentee ballot to vote by mail. Voting by mail helps keep you and others in your community safe, while ensuring your voice is heard and your vote is counted. CLICK HERE to request your absentee ballot to vote by mail! For information about other ways to vote, CLICK HERE.
CLICK HERE to find out who’s on your ballot and review our 2020 Primary Election Voter Guide to learn about the Women Winning-endorsed candidates facing primary elections on August 11th. Note: All Minnesota voters have the opportunity to vote for pro-choice champion U.S. Senator Tina Smith in the August 11th Primary!