Girl gangs, voter registration, get out the vote - when it comes to political action, there's something for everyone. Think you have to run for office to make a difference? Think again.
The people of West Virginia have gotten a bad rap, and Cindy Lavender-Bowe is here to make sure that all West Virginians have someone who represents them in the State House.
Even after 2 terms in the Michigan State House, Christine Greig is as passionate and energetic about her state as she was on day 1.
Nikki Foster wants to talk about her race for Ohio State Representative, servant leadership, and how moderate politics might keep our government moving in the right direction. Emily wants to talk about rugby. Luckily, there's time for both.
Vanessa Adia believes the U.S. needs more everyday people to represent everyday people. Which is why she's planning on taking a break from teaching to represent Texas in Congress.
See a problem; figure out how to fix it. That's essentially what Liz Walsh did when she decided to run for office. She saw a problem in her community and figured out that the way to fix it is to get on the county council. Easy, right?
Maria Begg-Roberson has lived all over the world and is ready to work hard on the Rutherford Borough Council for her adopted hometown in New Jersey.
Vickie Holt honed her compassion, ability to listen, and problem solving skills 30,000 feet in the air. Now she wants to tackle the South Carolina State House.
Dawn Addis knows first-hand that local actions have federal consequences. Which is why she's running for City Council. And how she found herself at the State of the Union address.
Christina Sappey has decided to take her experience working for the Pennsylvania legislature and work in the Pennsylvania legislature. She's smart, experienced, and driven - what more could you ask for?