The historic wins for women on Election Day were also victories for the Affordable Care Act and the people who rely on its benefits—and that’s no coincidence.
The midterms gave Democrats a lot to celebrate, but Michigan’s blue wave was in a class of its own. For the first time in 27 years, Democrats gained control of all three of the state’s top office—and for the first time ever, it was with an all-women ticket.
We should be proud of what we have accomplished during this election for women and for the future of our democracy.
I’m voting today to honor those who went before me and fought, tooth and nail, to ensure that I could. And I’m voting to make sure their vision of a more just and equal world gets a little closer to becoming a reality.
100,000 people marched to the polls in Chicago ahead of the midterm elections. Across the country, feminists today are doing the same.
A new collective of youth-led organizations wants to see the largest midterm youth turnout in U.S. history this November. To make it happen, they’re organizing walkouts across the country that will turn into marches to the polls.
After the 2016 election, Andrea Yagher started pre-registering voters. Two years later, she’s a leader in the growing movement to expand Generation Z’s political impact and engagement.
Across the country, teenage girls are working hard to make young voices heard in the upcoming elections and beyond.
Latina and Latino voters could play a decisive role in more than two dozen House races around the country.
Many have suggested that the gender gap is becoming a gender chasm. These four facts warn us that there’s more to the story.