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As Texas voter turnout skews bluer by the day, this mathematician, minister, and member of the LGBT community wants to become her district’s first female U.S. Representative.
The comedian left a successful talk show to use her immense platform to help the cause she calls an "emergency": electing more women to public office, and ensuring that everyone votes.
Without regulation, employers of hourly and part-time workers can create impossible environments for their employees. These organizations are fighting to make dignity and stability a right for all.
With a focus on healthcare access, workers' rights, and education, the state's first Latina Sheriff aims to continue her career of milestones as governor of Texas.
This year is all about turning rage into action. Throughout the month of January, we're highlighting the most effective organizations doing that work.
Running for office poses particular challenges for women. Here’s how a few of next year’s candidates are tackling their campaigns.
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Axne plans to fight for what both rural and urban residents in Iowa's 3rd district want: affordable healthcare, jobs, and infrastructure.
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