Lauren Friedman is a US Naval Academy graduate, a veteran, an activist, and one tough cookie who's determined to work hard for the people and community in Ohio that she loves. Plus, Emily's decided on her New Year's resolution. #AugustIntention
You might think that the Agricultural Commissioner isn't that big of a deal. Well, Kim Olson is here to tell you how you're wrong, but in an informative way that won't make you feel bad about yourself at all. Then she'll inspire the crap out of you and make you believe you can do anything.
Raquel Teran is going from community activist to elected official and she's taking all the knowledge she's gained working to make Arizona better with her to the State House. Every day's another lesson and Raquel isn't done learning yet.
Kerri Evelyn Harris may not look like the politicians of the past, but she's the politician of the future and exactly who you want fighting for you. And how's this for a motto for the current political wave: we won't out raise them, but we will out work them.
Vangie Williams is a fiscally responsible, progressive Democrat and her team of Vangelinas and Vangelinos are taking Virginia's 1st district by storm. Watch out, y'all. Here comes Miss Vangie.
Leslie Cockburn is an award-winning investigative journalist who has covered drug cartels, the financial meltdown, and multiple wars. Now she's running for Congress. Who knows what she'll uncover once she gets to Washington.
While her platform sounds more like a New Deal Democratic from the 1930s, Beth Bowen is a progressive candidate through and through. She just knows exactly what the people of her Michigan district value because she. is. listening.
Kelda Roys may be known right now for her viral campaign video, but she will be known for being a fierce advocate for women's rights, her commitment to the people of Wisconsin, and the sheer will and determination that all badgers proudly claim as their own.
Lauren Underwood beat out 6 other candidates (all white men) to become the Democratic nominee for Illinois 14th district. Not yet impressed? You will be.
It takes Julie Oliver hours to drive from on part of her district to another, but that's how it goes when you're campaigning for Congress in Texas. (Guess what Julie and Emily end up talking about - it starts with T and ends with exas.) #TexasProbsYall