News

  • Press Release
  • Nov 29, 2018

Anne Wakabayashi Joins Emerge America as National Alumnae Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   MEDIA CONTACT: Allison Abney 202-670-7994; allison@emergeamerica.org Anne Wakabayashi Joins Emerge America as National ...
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Michelle Obama Wants to Save Politics By Staying Out of Them

Michelle Obama is not running for president, people close to her insist. And she’s not running for mayor of Chicago, or for Congress, or for the ...
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Banner Year for Female Candidates Doesn’t Extend to Republican Women

It is the year of the woman, all right. But only for Democrats. The number of Republican women in Congress next year will actually drop, even as ...
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  • Blog
  • Nov 12, 2018

This is not a pink wave. It’s just the beginning.

After two years of divisive political rhetoric and policies that have hurt the very Americans that so many women ran this year to protect, it comes ...
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Wins by New Mexico Dems reflects success of women’s political group

Ashley Sanderson shrugs off phrases bandied about after Tuesday’s victories for Democratic women in New Mexico: blue wave, pink wave. Yes, these ...
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The 2018 Midterms Saw Women Winning in Record-Breaking Numbers

A historic number of women dominated the polls on Tuesday, November 6. Projections vary, but the morning after the 2018 midterms CNN reported that ...
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A lot of women just won their elections, and hopefully someday this will stop being remarkable

If we gain nothing else from the 2018 midterms, my fervent wish for the people of America is that we never again have to use the heinous phrase “pink ...
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Women Turn the Tide

From the U.S. capitol dome to statehouses across the country, women on Tuesday affirmed the confident slogan on a trendy T-shirt: The Future is ...
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Hundreds of women candidates are ready to make history

Tracking hundreds of women candidates running in races at every level, in every U.S. state and territory, requires spreadsheets. Lots of ...
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From Ayanna Pressley to Ilhan Omar, 2018 Was the Year of Women of Color

In what’s been called the “Year of the Woman,” her story is so familiar it’s almost rote: Discouraged and angry after the 2016 election, Veronica ...
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