female candidates

The GOP is now actively holding back gender equality in Congress and beyond.
In 2017, Juli Briskman went for a bike ride and became a symbol for the resistance against Trump. Now, she’s running for public office in 2019.
Meet Deb Haaland, Democratic candidate for New Mexico’s first district and, if elected, the nation’s first Native American woman in Congress.
Liuba Gretchen Shirley explains why campaign finance reform would allow for more regular people to run for office.
Mia Satya relates her lived experience with homelessness to San Francisco's homeless youth crisis.
Marine and Iraq war veteran Maura Sullivan is advocating for common sense background checks.
Democratic candidate Caroline Walker is embracing her story as a recovering alcoholic on the campaign trail.
After receiving violent threats online in connection to Gamergate, Massachusetts Democratic candidate Brianna Wu opens up about treating her PTSD with medical marijuana.
There was a 75 percent increase in women of color among nominees for Congress since 2012, a Reflective Democracy Campaign study shows.
Hadiya Afzal has not yet been a college student without also full-time campaigning for the midterm elections.