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The Democratic Women’s Alliance’s (DWA) primary focus is to grow and engage the number of women involved in the party at all levels from those who want to make educated decisions at the ballot box to women who decide to run for office.

The DWA is the latest chapter in the Democratic Party’s long commitment to activating more women. It serves as the Democratic Party’s formal coalition of organizations and leaders who have made it their mission to amplify women’s voices in politics. These coalition partners share the common goal to advance the issues and concerns important to women in the body politic and to mobilize women activists, engage women voters and train future Democratic political leaders. The Democratic Women’s Alliance was first conceived during the 2012 Presidential campaign. It has since been formalized and in the last few months, the DWA has enacted partnerships with the DNC Women’s Caucus, the Women’s Leadership Forum (WLF) and other DNC entities, and outside allied groups to accomplish strategic objectives.

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President Obama Appoints Four More Women to Federal Judgeships
May 17, 2013
President Obama nominated four women to federal judgeships, further illustrating his dedication to creating a federal judiciary that better reflects our nation.
Violence Against Women Act Reauthorized
March 7, 2013
President Obama signed the reauthorization of VAWA — a groundbreaking piece of the legislation that combats sexual assault by holding offenders responsible while aiding victims.
President commits to battling HIV/AIDS
December 7, 2011
On World AIDS Day President Obama directed $50 million in increased funding for the treatment and care of HIV/AIDS, a disease that disproportionally affects women both internationally and domestically.