Resources

Following are several of the many resources that Run Like A Girl has relied upon for building our show, collecting relevant information, stories and data.  We encourage you to visit these sites if you wish to track women candidates in the midterms, if you need  trusted information to help inform your vote, or if you simply want to be inspired and might be willing to jump into the political arena yourself in the future.

Center for American Women and Politics – nation’s premiere resource on all things women and politics, and to promote women’s participation in politics.

http://www.cawp.rutgers.edu/current-numbers

 

Yale 2018 Women’s Campaign School – nonpartisan, empowering women to lead through politics.

http://www.wcsyale.org/

 

Politico Women Candidate Tracker: A collaboration with the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers and the Women in Public Service Project at The Wilson Center.

https://www.politico.com/interactives/2018/women-rule-candidate-tracker/

 

Gender Dynamics in 2018 – nonpartisan project to track, analyze and illuminate gender dynamics in Election 2018

https://www.genderwatch2018.org/

 

VoteRunLead – Nonpartisan organization, training women to run for office

https://voterunlead.org/

 

She Should Run – Nonpartisan organization with a goal to get 250K women running for elected office by 2030

http://www.sheshouldrun.org/

 

Black Women in Politics, promoting black women to run for office.

https://blackwomeninpolitics.com/

 

Maggie’s List, which promotes and trains female Republican candidates

http://www.maggieslist.org/

 

Emily’s List, promoting pro-choice Democratic women.

https://www.emilyslist.org/

 

Swanee Hunt and Kerry Healey co-founded Political Parity in 2009 as a nonpartisan platform to accelerate the energies of dedicated leaders, researchers, and funders changing the face of US politics.

https://www.politicalparity.org/