This year, record numbers of pro-choice women are stepping up to run for all levels of public office across the country. In Minnesota, pro-choice women are leading the ticket and we have the opportunity to change the face of power in our state... Women Winning is proud to endorse six strong, pro-choice women leaders in June.
“Representative Omar has been an unapologetic advocate for women’s rights and choice and we need her passion and leadership in Washington. She has built a strong and diverse coalition of support that will propel her through the August primary and carry her to victory in November,” said Lauren Beecham, Executive Director of Women Winning.
Together, we’ve accomplished so much, but this work is far from over. While I will miss working alongside each one of you, I am encouraged to know that you’ll be continuing to empower and elect our future leaders. I’m grateful to all of you for the time, talent and treasure you’ve invested to grow Women Winning into the leading organization for pro-choice women’s politics in our state.
Women Winning is proud to endorse four strong, pro-choice women candidates for the Minnesota House of Representatives in May. All four are challenging anti-choice male incumbents. Women Winning is also proud to announce the endorsement of Toni Carter for Ramsey County Commissioner.
Women Winning has worked for 36 years to recruit, train, and elect pro-choice women to all levels of public office in Minnesota and we have never seen so many women engaged, fired up, and running for office. Our new visual identity emerged from and captures the spirit of this exciting era for women in politics
Women Winning was proud to endorse a slate of strong, pro-choice women candidates for the Minnesota House of Representatives in April. Women Winning also announced two endorsement in county commissioner races in April.
The 2018 legislative session is quickly coming to a close and Women Winning’s pro-choice women statelegislators have been working hard this session to move Minnesota forward. We are grateful for their dedication, tenacity, and leadership at the Capitol.
Representative Murphy began her career as a nurse and led a surgical suite on a transplant team before becoming Executive Director of the Minnesota Nurses Association. She brought that executive experience to the Capitol when she was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives in 2007