We stand with women by fighting for economic security, protecting access to health care and supporting women’s leadership across the country.
— President Barack Obama | State of the Union Address January 28, 2014.
A crucial part of the Democratic Party, the Women’s Leadership Forum (WLF) was founded in 1993 and aims to raise money as a tool to support the President’s agenda and engage women in our democracy. It also aims to provide more information about local Democratic activities as well as opportunities to hear from and interact with party leaders.
The WLF is engaged in a wide array of political activities, providing its members with substantive information, discussion, and action. This includes an annual issues conference, regional events that share/present policy initiatives, opportunities to raise political awareness and cultivate new members, an opportunity to participate in conference calls with policy and political leaders, and much more.
The Democratic Women’s Alliance’s (DWA) primary focus is to grow and engage the number of women involved in the party at all levels from those who want to make educated decisions at the ballot box to women who decide to run for office.
Across the country, Republicans are threatening a woman’s right to make her own health care decisions.
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DCCC Announces Pingree, Frankel will Head ‘Women LEAD’ Effort
The DCCC’s Women’s LEAD program is designed to engage women in the democratic process and build a network of people around the country dedicated to electing more women to the House of Representatives.
When women vote, Democrats win. Engaging more Democratic women in the political process is a winning formula for our Party and the Women LEAD program is an integral component of that strategy.
Just this year, Republican state legislatures have passed 43 measures restricting a woman’s right to make her own health care decisions.Democrats are ramping up our efforts to protect women’s health across the country, and you, should be a part of it.