Welcome, Political Director Nevada Littlewolf!

Welcome, Political Director Nevada Littlewolf!

We are incredibly thrilled to announce Women Winning has hired a second Political Director — please join us in welcoming Nevada Littlewolf! The monumental 2020 election is just over a year away and the work to elect pro-choice women — from FLIPPING the...
Trailblazers & Changemakers: Congresswoman Betty McCollum

Trailblazers & Changemakers: Congresswoman Betty McCollum

Congresswoman Betty McCollum is Minnesota’s most powerful member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Currently serving her tenth term, she has worked hard and built significant power in Washington to ensure Minnesotans are not just represented, but also leading in...
Women Winning stands with Senator Tina Smith

Women Winning stands with Senator Tina Smith

Today, Women Winning reaffirmed support for U.S. Senator Tina Smith and responded to the announced Senate candidacy of Jason Lewis.  “U.S. Senator Tina Smith is a focused, effective leader and, as demonstrated by her impressive 11 point margin of victory in the 2018...
2019 Primary Election Voter Guide

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.  Municipal government plays a significant role in protecting reproductive rights. County...
Women Winning Announces July Endorsements

Women Winning Announces July Endorsements

Municipal offices play a significant role in protecting reproductive rights. County and city governments determine zoning for abortion-providing clinics and fund programs that promote reproductive health and support pregnant people and families. Pro-choice women are...
Trailblazers & Changemakers: Commissioner Toni Carter

Trailblazers & Changemakers: Commissioner Toni Carter

In 2018, Commissioners Angela Conley and Irene Fernando made history as the first persons of color elected to the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners. It was only 13 years earlier, in 2005, that Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter became the first African...

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