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Running for office is expensive, and having adequate campaign funding is critical. This cycle, more women are running for office than ever before, but they also face an array of challenges, including more difficulty raising money than men.
Represent Women’s 2020 PAC Report found that “Although success rates between men and women are roughly equal when in the same race type, to win as a woman requires more money.”
This #TakeActionTuesday, commit to supporting women candidates running for office this year and learn how you can help them close the funding gaps they face.
- Support women running for office in your community and beyond. Find women running for federal, state, or local offices, consider volunteering, donating, or sharing your support for her campaign.
- Learn more. Check out and share Represent Women’s Report to learn more about PAC and donor support for women candidates.
- Do your research. Find out more about PAC contributions to candidates using the Center for Responsive Politics tool. If you work for a company, find out if your employer has a corporate PAC and if they donate to women candidates.
How are you supporting female candidates? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.