NOW PAC: Breaking the Political Glass Ceiling
NOW PAC has concluded after an analysis of the pending races that it is a real possibility for the U.S. House to change hands in November and that the NOW PAC can make an impact on some of the key races.
NOW PAC Endorses Kweisi Mfume for U.S. Senate
The National Organization for Women Political Action Committee (NOW PAC) is proud to endorse U.S. Senate candidate Kweisi Mfume, who is a strong supporter of NOW's primary goal to achieve equality for all women.
Lessons Learned: Francine Busby vs. the Republican Party
When is a loss really a win? It's a common practice, trying to spin a political defeat into a victory. But in the case of the race to fill Randy "Duke" Cunningham's seat in the House of Representatives, the silver lining might not be that hard to find.
NOW PAC Endorses Jennifer Lawless for Congress
The National Organizaton for Women Political Action Committee is pleased to endorse Jennifer Lawless, who is running for U.S. Congress in the 2nd District in Rhode Island.
NOW PAC Endorses Ned Lamont for U.S. Senate in Connecticut
The National Organization for Women Political Action Committee is pleased to announce its endorsement of Democratic candidate Ned Lamont for the United States Senate.
Feminists Foresee '06 Victories
The National Organization for Women's Political Action Committee intends to seize every opportunity to support candidates who challenge the right wing and are champions of women's rights.
Why Not Take Up Knitting? Looking Ahead to the 2006 Elections
Are you tired of complaining about corrupt, unprincipled members of Congress? Have you taken a new interest in the crossword puzzle since the front page news seems to deteriorate daily? With George Bush in the White House, Congress controlled by the right wing, and the Supreme Court possibly lost for a generation, why not take up knitting?
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