Ahead of Super Tuesday, we’ve rounded up what – if anything – the remaining Democratic candidates for president have said or done for women business owners.
Politics and Leadership
Interviews with female leaders, articles about women in politics and analyses of issues that matter to women and women entrepreneurs.
The Massachusetts senator and Democratic presidential hopeful unveiled a plan to federally legalize cannabis. Among the beneficiaries? Women and minority cannabis entrepreneurs.
The designer brand offered to loan its work attire to political candidates running for any office.
The sports league is raising salaries, extending maternity leave and expanding benefits in a new proposed bargaining agreement.
The acclaimed actress spoke about the freedom of personal choice – as a mother and a voter – while accepting her latest award.
Born in 1985, Sanna Marin has already accomplished more than a lot of millennials.
More women are running for office than ever before — and some business-minded candidates are bringing a startup spirit to their campaigns.
The former Georgia legislator and candidate for governor is expanding her campaign to make voting easier for all through her new national project, Fair Fight 2020.
We asked women entrepreneurs what leadership traits are most important to be successful in a male-dominated business world. Here’s their list.
Tight and fiercely fought races in Georgia and Arizona, both marred by voter-suppression controversies, are finally called.
A surge of women candidates this year resulted in record numbers of women securing political office. We saw it all — wins, losses and unclear outcomes — in our Running Women project.
With the governor race in a dead heat and the election only a month away, Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp both scramble for an edge.
Democratic Candidates Take to Twitter to Oppose Kavanaugh Supreme Court Appointment, Defend Accuser Blasey
Multiple candidates in our Running Women 2018 project used social media to amplify the voices of women sexual assault survivors.
Georgia gubernatorial candidate Abrams is trying to get supporters to the polls by vowing to address the state’s mounting health insurance problems, including expanding Medicaid.
Democratic women are winning primaries in record breaking numbers. In Michigan, their victories will result in a near female monopoly of key races on the November ballot.