Women’s Leadership Forum
  • Hillary Clinton: “These women can win—but not without your help”

    This morning, Hillary Clinton sent an email supporting Democrats in the home stretch of campaigns across the country. Read it below:

    We have so many reasons to be hopeful this November.

    Democrats across our country are fighting for hard-working American families to have a fair shot at the American dream.

    Strong Democratic women like Alison Lundergan Grimes, Michelle Nunn, and Natalie Tennant give me hope. They're running to join great leaders like Kay Hagan, Mary Landrieu, and Jeanne Shaheen in the United States Senate, where they will stand up for our values and our future.

    I take hope from all our terrific Democratic women running for governor, including Mary Burke, Martha Coakley, Wendy Davis, Maggie Hassan, and Gina Raimondo. You can count on them to always put our families first.

    These women can win -- but not without your help. Chip in $3 or more to help end the gridlock, and get back to common sense and common ground.

    With your help, we'll keep building an organization that can go door-to-door and have meaningful conversations with voters about the issues that matter most to them. We can cut through the fog of negative ads on TV in Kentucky, North Carolina, or Iowa. We can bring our message and our values to the American people. And remember: When Democrats show up, we win -- and America wins.

    We can do this. But we all need to step up and do it together. Will you join me?


    Hillary Clinton
  • Women’s Leadership Forum 2014

    Democratic women from across the country spent two days gathered together to hear from First Lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, President Barack Obama, and many other Democratic leaders. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Equal pay for equal work isn't something I'm going to have to get back to you on—it's the first law I signed. – President Barack Obama
  • We can spend four more years...with a true champion for women’s priorities. Or we can choose Governor Romney. – DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz
  • Rubio votes NO on the Violence Against Women Act

    Marco Rubio cast one of the first votes against the Violence Against Women Act. This is the man Romney thinks might be a good running mate.

    Marco Rubio was one of the first senators in history to vote against reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act. This is the man Romney thinks might be a good running mate.

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