local candidates

 

 Muriel-Bowser-for-web.jpg  Joan Brausch  Stephanie Chang  Adrienne Esposito
 Kay Floyd  Sandra-Fluke-for-web.jpg  Wendy-Gabriella-for-web.jpg  Karalee Hargrove
 Stephanie Isaacson  Pramila Jayapal  Cheryl-Kagan-for-web.jpg  Michele Lepore-Hagan
 Marilyn Dondero Loop  Lorie Masters  Tracy McCreery  Sandra-Mendoza-for-web.jpg
   Kristy Pagan  Susan-Rzucidlo-for-web.jpg  Rebecca Seawright
 Elissa Silverman  Jo Anne Simon  Hilda Solis  Lisa Subeck
 Faith-Winter-web.jpg      

 

 

 Lauren Carson  Katherine Daigle Dawn Ellis  Liz Forrest
 Claudia Griffith Maureen Koetz   Karen Kwan  Teresa Lowry
 Jennifer-Marsden-for-web.jpg  Lynn-Mason-for-web.jpg  Cyndi Munson  Paula Prentice
 Connie Rubin Heidi Spear   Anndrea Starzak  Dawn Valasco
 Michele Weeks      

 

 

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 Kathleen Clyde  Mary Jo Daley  Cristina-Garcia-for-web.jpg  Gayle-Goldin-for-web.jpg
 Val-Hoyle-for-web.jpg Jane Kim   Tracy-Kraft-Tharp-web.jpg  Virginia Lyons
 Mary Ann Perez Sharon-Quirk-Silva-for-web.jpg   Melissa Sargent  Martha Scott
 Diane Snelling Cecilia Tkaczyk   Rachel Zenzinger  


  • ★ 50% Representation

    Why should good government depend on only half of the nation’s human capital? WCF commits to 50% representation of women in elected office by 2028.

  • ★ Common Ground

    Common ground just means problems get solved more collaboratively, for the good of more people. It’s the bedrock of our leadership at home and abroad.

  • ★ Viability for Election

    It takes more than money to make a candidate worth electing. WCF looks for guts, street sense, situational awareness, resilience -- the full range of gifts a woman brings to the race.

  • ★ Non-Partisan

    A woman’s place is in every party, every elected office, at every level. Period.