Featured Candidates

Katie Hill

U.S. House (CA-25)

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Eleni Kounalakis

Lt. Governor (CA)

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Stacey Abrams

Governor (GA)

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Tasha Boerner-Horvath

CA Assembly (AD-76)

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Katie Porter

U.S. House (CA-45)

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Sabrina Cervantes

CA Assembly - (AD-60)

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Jacky Rosen

U.S. Senate (NV)

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Christy Smith

CA Assembly (AD-38)

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Kyrsten Sinema

U.S. Senate (AZ)

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Joy Silver

CA Senate (SD-28)

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Angie Craig

U.S. House (MN-02)

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Rebecca Bauer Kahan

CA Assembly (AD-16)

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Current State – 2018

Women make up more than half of the population and we believe that should be reflected in the number of women holding elected office.  WPC is composed of women members and supports women candidates only.


In 2018, Congress finally reached 20%. We have a long way to go to reach parity.


  • California ranks 26th in its percentage of women in the state legislature with 11/40 senators and 20/80 assembly members.*  (*Center for American Women and Politics, Rutgers University)
  • California has never had a women Governor or Lt. Governor


There are only 2 Democratic women governors (and 6 overall)

We believe in the power of the purse. Men have historically donated to political candidates in greater numbers and in higher amounts than women. While we are over half the population we account for less than a third of all candidate donations. In order to increase our representation, we need to do a better job funding women candidates.

2018 will be a record-setting year for women running for office.

Now more than ever is the time to engage politically, using our voices and resources to elect women candidates at all levels of government, who support reproductive rights, pay equity, and human and civil rights.

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