and plan to join us at our annual Campaign Training for Women on Saturday, March 8th when some of our region's leading political experts will show you what you need to know to run a winning campaign, and elected women leaders share their tips and insights!
At our Annual Meeting on January 12, Linda Mitchell stepped down after leading the organization for 10 years and the membership elected Liz Berry as its next president.
Liz brings political experience, great networks, and a passion for getting women elected and involved in the political process and is the perfect leader to take the Caucus into its next 40 years! Read the press release here
, and see Liz's letter to the membership, here
The Caucus celebrated 40 years of electing women to office in Washington state in October with some noteable guests, including the Honorable Christine Gregoire, many elected officials, and many of the women who got the whole thing started! Photos of the event are available at our facebook page
On Sunday, December 8th the Caucus invited our endorsed candidates and friends to join us at our annual Heroines award reception to honor the women who worked so hard on their campaigns!
These campaign Heroines powered local races across the state, from school boards to county council races. Our 2013 Heroines were key to wins for women on the Spokane City Council, Bellingham City Council, the Seattle Port Commission, and the Kent School Board among others.
The election of so many qualified women candidates to public office ensures that women's voices will be at the table when local governments legislate issues impacting women and their families. Our Heroines were instrumental in electing these exceptionally qualified women to office and building a strong pipeline of women leaders for future legislative or statewide races.
Congratulations to them all!