Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund informs and mobilizes unmarried women and the rest of the Rising American Electorate (unmarried women, people of color, and millennials) to participate in our government and make their voices heard in our democracy. The Action Fund is dedicated to encouraging the Rising American Electorate — particularly unmarried women — to bring their voices to our nation’s political conversation and to advocate for policies important to them. The Action Fund seeks to empower the RAE on their own with the facts they need to make their own informed choices about ballot measures, candidates, and issues.

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2018.11.09
The Rising American Electorate--unmarried women, people of color, and millennials--turned out on November 6th in record-breaking numbers.  Their motivation to be a check on the President, increasing healthcare issues, and concerns regarding the economy, all worked to propel Democrats to take control of the House.

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February 6, 2019

On behalf of the Voter Participation Center and Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund, Democracy Corps conducted live dial-meter testing of the 2019 State of the Union address among the Rising American Electorate, white working-class women, and white college women. [1] Here are some of the key findings in advance of our full report:

The level of engagement is at levels we have never seen before.
February 5, 2019

In advance of President Trump’s State of the Union address tonight, our sister organization, the Voter Participation Center, released the following statement from founder and President Page Gardner:

“Today, as President Trump addresses the American public, the Rising American Electorate (RAE) is listening.

 
 

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