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Women's rights supporters around the country applaud Mississippi voters for rejecting Initiative 26, a measure that would have defined personhood as beginning at fertilization in that state's constitution. Initiative 26 would have banned common birth control methods and infertility treatments used by women who are not pregnant.
Suzanne Bonamici (D) is running a special election, following the resignation of Rep. David Wu. The primary is this Nov. 8 quickly followed by a general election on Jan. 31, 2012. Oregon has had no women in their congressional delegation in recent years making Bonamici's candidacy especially important for women's rights supporters.
Hahn (D) emphatically defeated Tea Party darling Craig Huey (R) in a run-off election in California's 36th District on Tuesday, July 12. The run-off followed a May 17 special election primary for the seat vacated by retiring Rep. Jane Harman (D).
NOW/PAC has proudly endorsed Democrat Janice Hahn as she challenges Craig Huey (R) in a July 12 run-off election for California's 36th Congressional District seat. The run-off follows the special election for the seat, vacated by retiring Rep. Jane Harman (D).
As if right on cue, the 'Give us your cash, B--ch!' video popped up this week to prove that sexism and racism are alive and kicking this election season.
In a New York special election Tuesday, May 24, NOW/PAC-endorsed candidate Kathy Hochul (D) decisively won the open House seat in the state's traditionally Republican 26th District.
NOW/PAC is proud to endorse Kathy Hochul (D), who is running for the open House seat in New York's 26th congressional district in the May 24 Special Election. The race has been receiving national attention, as new polls show Hochul with a slight lead in this traditionally Republican district
The 2011 Pennsylvania Primaries are on Tuesday, May 17, so get informed NOW by checking out the candidates who have been endorsed by the Pennsylvania NOW Political Action Committee.
Former Ambassador and Senator Carol Moseley Braun has an impressive resume of 25 years of public service fighting for the rights of women at the local, state, national and international level.
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