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With the 2021 Virginia elections underway, the races for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General are all in the single-digits. Many of our endorsed candidates for the House of Delegates are also in races that are very close. We cannot afford to lose any progressive incumbents and need to add more equality champions to our numbers.
If you have been on the fence about volunteering,
Organized by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women and Virginia NOW
Wednesday, May 19th, 2021
The VA NOW Political Action Committee has voted unanimously to endorse Hala Ayala's candidacy for Lt. Governor. It is with great pride and excitement that VA NOW pledges our support for Hala.
Hala has been a Virginia chapter and state NOW leader - but much more, she has been a beacon for equality in the state House of Delegates. Her commitment to Virginia's girls and women is paramount to her
Virginia NOW advocates for issues and legislation furthering justice and equality, especially on measures impacting women and girls: this includes voting rights, criminal justice reforms, economic justice advances, educational equity, and women’s health and safety, including abortion rights and gun safety. We support the two constituional amends: marraige equality and restoring the right to
As the nation recovers from the eternal 2020 election season, Virginians are preparing for our state elections in November 2021. We have all three executive offices on the ballot and all 100 House of Delegates members. The election in 2021 presents an opportunity to move forward in historical strides in the contests for governor by electing champions that personify our determination to achieve racial
Washington Post/ Opinions
Women are bearing the brunt of the economic crisis. They must lead our recovery plans.
Opinion by Gina M. Raimondo and Mary Kay Henry
Oct. 8, 2020 at 6:18 p.m. EDT
Gina M. Raimondo, a Democrat, is governor of Rhode Island. Mary Kay Henry is international president of the Service Employees International Union.
The Great Recession hit male-dominated professions hard. This
We are witnessing history with the vice-presidential debate and the presence of Kamala Harris as the Democratic nominee. Not only is Senator Harris the firstBlack and Indian American VP nominee of a major American party, she is also the lone woman’s voice on either ticket. NOW salutes this historic moment; we know that if not for women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, Fannie Lou
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