Money gap: Why don’t women give?

Money gap: Why don’t women give?

By ANNA PALMER and TARINI PARTI, POLITICO – For all the progress women have made in Congress and in elections, they are practically sitting out the new game that is redefining American politics: big money.It’s not that women want to leave it to men like Sheldon Adelson and Tom Steyer to sidle up to theContinue Reading

Georgia’s Michelle Nunn posts  strong fundraising numbers

Georgia’s Michelle Nunn posts strong fundraising numbers

Wall Street Journal – Georgia Democrat Michelle Nunn had one of the best fundraising quarters of any candidate in this election cycle’s key Senate races, pulling in $3.5 million over the last three months, according to new data. That’s nearly a million more than Republican businessman David Perdue, and over $1.5 million more than RepublicanContinue Reading

Michelle Howard is Navy’s first female 4-star admiral

Michelle Howard is Navy’s first female 4-star admiral

CNN — The U.S. Navy has promoted Vice Adm. Michelle Howard to admiral, making her the first female four-star officer in the Navy’s 236-year-history, the White House said Tuesday.Howard, who was the first African-American woman to command a Navy ship, will become deputy chief of naval operations, plans and strategy, White House spokesman Josh EarnestContinue Reading

Jean-Marie Lawson Spann announces her candidacy for  Commissioner of Agriculture   for the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Jean-Marie Lawson Spann announces her candidacy for Commissioner of Agriculture  for the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Frankfort, Kentucky, June 18, 2014 – Jean-Marie Lawson Spann today officially announced her candidacy for the office of Commissioner of Agriculture for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  In front of an exuberant crowd, Jean-Marie laid out her goals for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.  Jean-Marie was introduced by former Kentucky Secretary of the Personnel Cabinet CarolContinue Reading