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Elizabeth Warren Spoke Directly to Working Women at Huge NYC Rally

by Kathy Groob, Electwomen Elizabeth Warren’s campaign for president drew thousands to Washington Square Park in New York City last evening where the candidate honored and spoke directly to working women. Speaking just minutes from the site of the infamous 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, Warren invoked the sacrifice and accomplishments made by women to… Continue Reading

Valerie Plame Releases Badass Campaign Commercial

Former CIA spy, Valerie Plame is running for Congress in New Mexico. And she’s not holding back in her new announcement video. Watch here: Plame was famously outed as a CIA agent during the Bush administration after her husband, the US diplomat Joseph C. Wilson IV, wrote an op-ed raising questions about the justifications for… Continue Reading

Ohio’s Jennifer Brunner to Run for Supreme Court

Former Ohio Secretary of State, Judge Jennifer Brunner, announced she will run for Ohio Supreme Court in 2020. Brunner is a recipient of the Kennedy Profiles in Courage award. Brunner has served on the 10th District Court of Appeals since late 2014 and also previously served as a Franklin County Common Pleas Court judge. For… Continue Reading

Wendy Davis announces run for Congress

WASHINGTON — Former Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis is running for Congress. Early Monday morning, Davis announced her candidacy for the Democratic nomination in Central Texas’ 21st District. She is challenging U.S. Rep. Chip Roy, a freshman Republican from Austin. She made her intentions known in a biographical video, narrated in part with archival footage from her late father,… Continue Reading

Nevada is the nation’s first majority-female legislature

The nation’s first female majority state legislature is currently convening in Carson  City Nevada. Only Colorado comes close, with women constituting 47 percent of its legislators. In Congress, just one in four lawmakers is a woman. And in Alabama, which just enacted an almost complete ban on abortion, women make up just 15 percent of lawmakers. Read… Continue Reading

Lori Lightfoot Elected Chicago Mayor

NBC News – By Phil Helsel and Associated Press“Today, you did more than make history,” Lightfoot said. “You created a movement for change.” Lightfoot, 56, who was an assistant U.S. attorney before she entered private practice, has never held elective office before. The runoff election was bound to be historic, as either of the two candidates… Continue Reading

Senator Amy Klobuchar Announces Bid for President

In an outdoor announcement in snowy Minneapolis, Senator Amy Klobuchar announced today that she is running for president of the United States in the Democratic primary in 2020. “We are tired of the shutdowns and the showdowns, the gridlock and the grandstanding,” Klobuchar said in a speech to supporters. “Our nation must be governed not… Continue Reading

Senator Kamala Harris to run for president

Senator Kamala Harris (D-California) announced today that she will seek the Democratic nomination for president. Harris made the announcement live on ABC’s’ Good Morning America and in a video featured on her website. She becomes the fourth Democratic woman to announce her intentions for president and Harris has refused to accept donations from corporate PACs.… Continue Reading

Warren plans 4-city Iowa visit this weekend

By ISABEL DOBRIN and NATASHA KORECKI, POLITICO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Sen. Elizabeth Warren will visit four cities in Iowa this weekend, her presidential exploratory committee said Tuesday, her first trip to the early caucus state since launching her 2020 exploratory committee on Monday. The Massachusetts Democrat is scheduled to make stops in Council Bluffs, Sioux City,… Continue Reading