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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2017.11.08
Our Election Day poll in Virginia shows the Rising American Electorate – unmarried women, people of color, and young people – strongly rejected Donald Trump's dog-whistle politics and divisive policies, and propelled Democrats to victory.

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— Latest Updates —
January 3, 2018

Page Gardner, president and founder of Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund, released the following statement today after Donald Trump was forced to shut down his sham voting commission:

“Donald Trump’s goal all along has been to disenfranchise voters, and he won’t stop trying just because he was forced to shut down his sham voting commission.

December 20, 2017

Page Gardner, the president and founder of Women’s Voices, Women Vote Action Fund, wrote an article in Glamour Magazine about a pivotal group of Americans: Unmarried women:

It’s been a watershed year for women’s rights. While 2017 continues to be devastating for millions of women, it’s clear that many—particularly women of color, young women, and unmarried women—are poised to transform the future of our country with their voices and their votes in 2018, just as they did in Alabama, Virginia, and other elections this year.

We began 2017 with the Women’s March, the largest protest in U.S.

 
 

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