run for office
When women run for office, our nation is transformed. Women are more effective legislators, more collaborative, and more likely to reach across the political aisle.
Our partners offer a wide array of state-of-the-art training for women at every stage of her political journey. Learn more about the resources they offer and how they can help you run and win.
RESOURCES FOR WOMEN OF COLOR
Advance Native Political Leadership works to increase the representation of Indigenous people in elected offices at all levels and create pathways to leadership for Native candidates.
APAICS trains members of the Asian Pacific American community to run for office and become involved in all levels of the political process.
Higher Heights Leadership Fund trains Black women to run for office and invests in Black women's leadership.
LatinasRepresent is an initiative to increase Latina participation throughout the civic engagement continuum.
LGBTQ Victory Institute provides programming, services, and support to increase the number of LGBTQ people in public office.
New American Leaders provides training and resources to first- and second-generation Americans.
Vote Mama Foundation trains and empowers mothers with children 18 and younger to run for office.
Vote Run Lead trains women to run for political office and win.
Victory Empowerment Fellowship
A program for LGBTQ leaders of color and transgender leaders to expand their campaign skills and policy-making power and connect the emerging leaders with alumni for ongoing development.