Women Winning Announces June Endorsements

Women Winning Announces June Endorsements

Today, Women Winning announced the endorsement of five pro-choice women running for state and local offices in 2020.  “Media coverage largely focuses on what’s happening in Washington D.C., but elected officials in our cities, counties, and state play a significant...
2020 Primary Election Action Series

2020 Primary Election Action Series

We need strong advocates, innovative leaders, and equitable representation at all levels of government. To make sure pro-choice women win up and down the ballot this year, Women Winning is thrilled to launch our 2020 Primary Election Action Series!  We’re organizing...
Women Winning Announces May Endorsements

Women Winning Announces May Endorsements

Today, Women Winning announced the endorsement of six pro-choice women running for the Minnesota Legislature and County Boards in 2020.  “At the most fundamental level, Women Winning’s work is centered on electing a representative government and creating a more...
Justice takes all of us.

Justice takes all of us.

Dear Women Winning Community,  At the most fundamental level, what brings us all together in this work is the shared goal of creating a more just world by electing a government and fostering institutions in which we are seen and respected. George Floyd deserved that...
96% of Women Winning candidates WIN party endorsements

96% of Women Winning candidates WIN party endorsements

We need our best advocates in elected office — and pro-choice women are well on their way to winning up and down the ballot in November! We’re proud to report that 96% of Women Winning’s endorsed candidates for state and municipal offices WON their party...
Women Winning Announces April Endorsements

Women Winning Announces April Endorsements

Today, Women Winning announced the endorsement of nine pro-choice women running for the Minnesota House of Representatives and County Boards in 2020. “COVID-19 has amplified just how critical it is that we have our best advocates in elected office. From allocating...

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