The business owner and former Michigan Trump campaign co-chair is running for a competitive open seat in the U.S. House.
The California soap opera star and entrepreneur made her political debut as a speaker at the 2016 Republican National Convention. Now, she’s challenging an incumbent Democrat for a U.S. House seat.
Speculation is swirling that Oprah Winfrey might run for president of the United States in 2020. Whatever she decides to do, her leadership has already inspired millions — including many female entrepreneurs.
Former Google executive Gisel Kordestani co-founded the nonpartisan crowdfunding platform to get big money out of politics. She may also help level the playing field for women candidates.
Susannah Wellford, the founder of a youth leadership program, is confronting young women’s fears following a nasty year for women in politics.
Can Erin Vilardi, founder of nonpartisan nonprofit VoteRunLead, manage huge post-Trump demand for candidate training from progressive women, and bring Republican women along?
Amid a surge in blue activism this year, Andrea Dew Steele is expanding Emerge America, which today recruits and trains Democratic women to run for local, state and federal offices in 23 states. Now, she’s going nationwide.
The 2016 electoral loss to Donald Trump was heartbreaking, but angry Democratic women are planning to run for office in numbers not seen before. Here’s how Emily’s List President Stephanie Schriock plans to turn a female candidate surge into an 2018 electoral wave.
Voters around the U.S. take to the polls on Tuesday. We take a look at women appearing on ballots from Virginia to Washington state — and explain why these off-year, mostly state and local races matter.
Passionate calls for political action were at the heart of the inaugural Women’s Convention, where thousands of women inspired by January’s Women’s March gathered to learn, network and get busy.
The Australian mayor tells us about an increasingly hot Sydney, the urgent need to “hit the brakes on catastrophic climate change,” and how her city is thriving at a time of record female leadership.
Washington, D.C.’s mayor talks about managing heatwaves and other effects of climate change — and how U.S. cities like hers will stand up for the environment during the Trump era.
The South African mayor explains how her city is coping with severe drought — and declares it the responsibility of women mayors to safeguard vulnerable women from climate change.
What are female Senators and Representatives hoping to accomplish as their terms get underway? We took a look, and found an energized, focused group with a wide range of priorities.
The Department of Health and Human Services says one in five Obamacare enrollees is a small business owner or self-employed. What could a repeal mean for them?