Passion and progress. That's what Lindsay Sabadosa is about. And she's determined to get her part of the state fair representation in the state house. After all, there's more to Massachusetts than Boston.
Sasha Bentley is running on stronger small business, strong schools, and community engagement - who could be against that?
Don't let perfect be the enemy of good. Great advice for a DIY-er and political candidate. And Lindsay Brown just happens to be both (not to mention smart, determined, a certified Millennial, and with a policy platform that'll knock your socks off).
Tiffany's doing it all, working, campaigning, and parenting, all while not raising a dime for her campaign. Instead, she's promoting #MaineRaising - a campaign to put donation dollars back into the state she loves. It's a new kind of campaign and we are here for it.
People keep telling Emily Randall that she's too progressive, too liberal, too radical to be elected to Washington's State Senate in her hometown. But she says, this is the place where I was born, this is the community I was raised in, and these are the people I'll fight for.
Lisa Hunter is running for City Council in Washington D.C. In a city filled to the brim with politicians, how does she plan on making her voice stand out? By apologetically being herself.
Happy Women's History Month! To kick it off, Emily has a seriously good conversation with Representative Attica Scott, who is in the Kentucky State House representing House District 41. They talk campaigning, what happens after you win, and what it's like to come face to face with those "what ifs" that keep you up at night.
Who's ready to go deep on gender parity in Texas politics, ya'll? Brooke Lopez and Adrianna Maberry are young, crazy smart, passionate about gender parity in politics, and have just launched Lone Star Parity Project. These two are gonna go far.
Yes, Jenn O'Mara's campaign for Pennsylvania State Rep has momentum. But more than that, she was preparing for this campaign before she even knew she wanted to run. And there's no such thing as being too prepared (hasn't someone said that before?).