Year of the woman, part 2

Around this time last year, there was much excitement and speculation wondering if more women would run for public office in response to extremist views held by Trump’s administration. Would it truly be a year of the woman with unprecedented numbers running — and winning? Turned out that in 2018,… Read More

“Voters…Hear Us Roar!”

It’s Labor Day at the headquarters of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Birmingham. A picnic has been set up with an inflatable water slide for the kids, hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill, and another holiday staple… “Hi, I’m Jenn…” Yes, we mean politics. Candidates for circuit… Read More

Elected women win across the nation on Election Day

LANE COUNTY, Ore. – The mid-terms ended in a historic win for women across the country. The U.S. House will seat the highest amount of females come next year’s session. But, elected women are winning at local levels, too, thanks to a national organization. “Thank you so much,” Gov. Kate… Read More