NWPC CA local caucuses endorse the following women candidates for election on November 3rd, 2020 for their commitment to upholding NWPC CA’s bottom line issues, including advancing women’s equality and protecting reproductive freedom and justice. [Read more here…]
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Founded in 1973, the National Women’s Political Caucus of California (NWPC CA) is one of the longest-standing, grassroots organizations that recruits, trains and supports pro-choice women candidates who support our “bottom line issues” for elected and appointed offices at all levels of government regardless of party affiliation.
In addition to financial donations, the Caucus offers campaign training for candidates and campaign managers, as well as technical assistance and advice through our network of 11 local member chapters across California, including Sacramento, Silicon Valley, Fresno, San Fernando Valley, LA Westside, South Bay, LA Metro, San Gabriel Valley, Greater Pasadena, Orange County, and San Diego.
- Join NWPC California December 12-13, 2020 for a virtual 2020 Women’s Political Summit and Board MeetingOn Sunday, December 13th from 3-6 p.m., join us as we elect the 2021-2022 NWPC California Board of Directors. All current NWPC California members are welcome to attend the meeting as we elect the next board. Registration is available at https://mp.gg/i4xi8 Pricing for NWPC California’s 2020 Women’s Political Summit and State Board Meeting: Attendance at […]
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Sunday, November 15th, 2020 at 7:31pm
@JuneSummer1 We love and have continually endorsed @BLeeForCongress. We are also big fans of @KarenBassTweets. 😉 As we’ve noted in a previous tweet, we believe that institutions do NOT invest in black women candidates and that is a failure on everyone’s part. So advocate LOUD and PROUD 🥳
Sunday, November 15th, 2020 at 3:51pm
We have a great idea, perhaps we should fund pro-choice progressive women - preferably BIPOC. Failing to recruit and fund this demographic will only give conservative anti-choice groups a way forward when the people crave representation. https://t.co/94pctZJZlN