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Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday

Posted on the 07 June 2018 by Morage @kebmebms

Herewith, some of the wins, gains by women in elections this past Tuesday.
Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday NEW JERSEY: Former US Navy pilot Mikie Sherrill is running for Congress from New Jersey in the open seat being vacated by GOP Trump protégé Rodney Frelinghuysen. She won her primary Tuesday night, and she's the real deal. Donate here.
Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday NEW MEXICO: Deb Haaland won her primary Tuesday, and is set to become the first Native American woman to ever serve in Congress. Donate here.
Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday
TEXAS: Veronica Escobar is set to become the first Latina congresswoman from Texas. Donate here.
Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday
ARIZONA: Kyrsten Sinema is running for the US Senate, and would be the first openly-bisexual US Senator. Donate here.
Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday
IOWA: Abby Finkenauer won her primary on Tuesday, and will be the youngest woman elected to Congress if she beats Tea Party Trump-supporting GOP congressman Rod Blum this fall. Donate here.
Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday KENTUCKY: Former Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath is running for Congress as a Democrat from the 6th district in Kentucky. McGrath just won her primary Tuesday. Now let's take her across the finish line. Donate here.
Women's--and So, Our--Election Gains This Past Tuesday
NEVADA: Jacky Rosen has the best chance to unseat a Republican US Senator this fall, in her battle against TrumpCare architect Dean Heller. Donate here.
Posted in a quest to get more women, hopefully, elected to public, government offices. They make up 52% of the population, after all, yet are vastly under-represented in those offices.
With thanks to John Aravosis and his Americablog for the summary, links and really, all of the above, honestly.
Links:
Women 50:50
About Us - Women 50:50

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