Fayrouz Saad is running marathons, running for Congress, and smashing the patriarchy. She has no time for haters, so keep walking. Plus, she says a thing that may actually change Emily's life.
Gwen Combs is running to represent Arkansas in Congress while being a teacher and she was a key organizer for the Arkansas Women's March. And Emily still somehow managed to make it all about her. Plus, Emily has election day fever. And please follow us on Twitter!
Julie Palakovich Carr already has a successful campaign under her belt, so she's using her experience, dedication, and science (!!) to run her campaign for Maryland House of Delegates.
How do you campaign for office and train for a half Ironman at the same time? If you're Emily Siegrist you canvass your Wisconsin district on a bike. If you're anyone else, you just don't.
There are some women who inspire you. There are some women you are in awe of. There are some women who make you think "dear Lord, what have I even done with my life?" Yolian Ogbu of Grassroots Youth is one of those women. In the very best way.
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.