Category Archives: Features

Womenwinning endorses Betsy Hodges for Minneapolis Mayor

Saint Paul, Minn. – Today womenwinning, Minnesota’s largest resource for pro-choice women in politics, announced its endorsement of Mayor Betsy Hodges in the 2017 Minneapolis Mayoral Race. “We are excited to endorse Betsy Hodges as the strongest and most qualified candidate in the 2017 race for Minneapolis Mayor,” said Lauren Beecham, womenwinning executive director. “As… Continue Reading

Former Congresswoman Announces Bid for Ohio Governor

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Former U.S. Rep. Betty Sutton will enter the race for Ohio governor today, giving Democrats a second confirmed candidate in as many weeks. “I spent my life standing up for working families — the laborers, the firefighters, the teachers,” Sutton, a former labor lawyer who lives in Copley, said in a telephone… Continue Reading

Making History!

By Kathy Groob, Founder ElectWomen – This is what it is all about. All the work, all the workshops, all the training and all the advocacy. A woman will be elected to the highest executive office in the land. Hillary Clinton is making history this week by becoming the first woman presidential nominee  for a… Continue Reading

ElectWomen 2016 Women to Watch

Each year ElectWomen’s bipartisan list of political women to watch includes prominent women candidates and a few lesser known women with interesting backgrounds and showing great potential to win their races and make a difference.  This year is no different. Here is our 2016 list:  Hillary Clinton – Running to become the first female  President… Continue Reading

We have a woman!

By Kathy Groob, Founder ElectWomen – It has been a long journey and a team effort. I feel proud and so emotional this morning relishing this historic moment. Most of all I want to say thank you to all the women who have sacrificed, worked, given money, and taken one for the team to make… Continue Reading

The Case For Elizabeth Warren, Vice President

This might work.  Jason Linkins Editor, Eat the Press So, that happened. After months of cautiously straddling the line between the Democratic presidential candidacies of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has suddenly injected herself into the 2016 race in a big way, emerging as an antagonist to presumptive Republican nominee and white-supremacist land-lamprey Donald… Continue Reading

What I wanted to say to Hillary Clinton

  By Kathy Groob, Consultant, Founder ElectWomen – In the final days before the Kentucky Primary Election, Hillary Clinton visited my hometown and I had the opportunity to see her and speak to her for the third time.  With only a moment to chat, I wanted my comments to be encouraging and meaningful.   I… Continue Reading