Month: February 2024

State Legislatures: The Epicenter of Women’s Rights
| Feb 29, 2024

  While we are still over eight months away from Election Day 2024, our newsfeeds, group texts, and dinner tables are already dominated by conversations about who the President will be, or which candidate might win the open California Senate seat. But what about your state representative? They receive little to no attention during presidential …

What We’ve Seen from Nikki Haley on the Campaign Trail
| Feb 26, 2024

  Since launching her presidential campaign in February of 2023, Governor Haley has made a significant impact for women running for executive office. Here’s what we’ve noted about her on the campaign trail that aligns with our Foundation’s research:   She made history she still made it further on a major party GOP presidential primary …

Women In Politics You Should Know About: National Pan-Hellenic Council Sororities
| Feb 12, 2024

  Happy Black History Month from Gender on the Ballot! As we continue to celebrate, we’d like to highlight women in politics you should know about: National Panhellenic Council Sororities edition. The NPHC sororities are a group of four historically black organizations with principles of Scholarship, Service, and Sisterhood.     Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated  …

Media Round-Up: Week of January 28, 2024
| Feb 2, 2024

  Happy Friday! Welcome to our Media Round Up. Each week, we’re collecting and sharing gender + politics stories. Here’s what caught our eye this week:    Cecile Richards Is Working Through It  Irin Carmon, The Cut  Former President of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, has been living with brain cancer for the past six months. …

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