We understand the importance of supporting women at the earliest stages of their race, when that support is most needed.
At All Levels
We support women leaders at all levels of government - and we do mean all. From school board to Congress, women are needed at all levels to make a positive difference in their communities.
We support women leaders on both sides of the aisle who support women.
We are not bound by party politics or conventional thinking. We are uncompromising in our vision of more women in government and are willing to challenge the status quo to achieve it.
We want a truly representative government that reflects the diversity of our country, including women of color, LGBT women, and young women.
U.S. House of Representatives (FL-22)
Lois Frankel is challenging Congressman Allen West for Florida’s 22nd District seat. Frankel was first elected Mayor of West Palm Beach, Florida in March 2003. She was reelected for a second and final term in March 2007. Previously, Frankel was elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 1986 where she served for 14 years. She was the first Democratic woman to serve as Minority Leader in the House. While in the legislature, Frankel championed efforts to help children, seniors and working families. She worked on measures to reduce family violence and fight the tobacco industry's campaign to entice minors. Frankel graduated from Boston University and earned her law degree from Georgetown University.
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