women candidates

At least 266 Black, Latinx, Asian, Native American, Middle Eastern and North African women are running for the House and Senate, shattering 2018's numbers.
When Sens. Warren and Klobuchar clashed at the Democratic debate, it felt rather ordinary. And that’s exactly why it matters.
Congressional races in Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia, show women's continued engagement since President Donald Trump's election.
It has been suggested Clinton should stay out of the public eye. I couldn't disagree more.
Women and minorities are consistently underrepresented in public office.
It was unnecessary, as it clearly detracted from some otherwise good points Sanders was making about Clinton's record. And it played into the old attacks that female candidates have had to repeatedly face over the years.
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), who left Congress in 2012 after being seriously injured in a mass shooting, will
Warren, a former Harvard professor, also spoke about her own reluctance to run when she was first approached by Emily’s List