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A new national poll has predicted that women will play a decisive role in the 2018 elections. One year after the historic Women’s Marches of 2017 and in the midst of the #MeToo moment taking the nation by storm, women’s votes have the power to decide the makeup of Congress and shape the national agenda.

As we approach this critical moment in political history, we need Ms. to keep feminists everywhere informed, empowered and mobilized. We know that our readers depend on Ms. to provide a much-needed feminist analysis and expert opinion about women’s political behavior and perspectives on the issues. The support of our Partners allows us to stay ad-free and continue truth-telling and rebelling. (Because Ms. doesn’t take commercial ads, you never have to worry that we will shy away from telling it like it is.)

There are two ways to become a Ms. Partner. You can make a one-time tax-deductible gift of $46 or more—a dollar for every year that Ms. has been reporting and trailblazing—or join our monthly sustainer program by setting up a recurring gift of $5, $10, $15 or $25 or more each month.

As a special thanks, when you become a Ms. Partner, we will list your name in a special section of our upcoming spring issue, which will commemorate this year’s Women’s Marches and look ahead toward November! If you give $1,000 or more, you will become a Lifetime Member of the Ms. community—and receive the magazine for a lifetime as well!

Ms. has been challenging the status quo and shaking up the world for over 45 years. We know that our bold leadership and courageous storytelling can bring about even more significant change for women and girls in the years to come—but only if Ms. stays strong. Become a Partner or Lifetime Member with a tax-deductible donation today and sustain the work we’re doing—work we’re convinced is more important now than ever.

1Katherine Spillar is the Executive Editor of Ms., where she oversees editorial content and the Ms. in the Classroom program. Kathy also speaks to diverse audiences nationwide on a broad range of domestic and international feminist topics and appears frequently on television and radio. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Studies from TCU and an Interdisciplinary Master’s of Science degree from Trinity University.

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