How to Exercise Your Right to Vote This Election

Writer and meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg once said, “Voting is the expression of our commitment to ourselves, one another, this country,… Read More

Balancing It All by Councilwoman Aimee Newton

I remember it vividly… my husband and I were lying in bed one October night in 2013. I had had several people approach… Read More

Redrawing the Picture

Picture this–a female staffer to a big-city mayor spends weeks preparing ten roundtable participants for a detailed discussion on economic development issues facing… Read More

Social Media Tips for Future Candidates

If you’re thinking about running for office someday, it’s never too early to start building your personal brand. Social media is a great, low-or-no cost… Read More

How to Start Getting That Money

Fundraising is a regular part of running for elected office. We were lucky enough to have She Should Run Community member Kaitlyn Montagna share some… Read More

Running For Office As An Introvert

by Bri’ ana Odom, MS.Ed So you want to run for office, but you aren’t sure if you can. The thought spurs from a feeling… Read More

Pro-Tip: Making Your Campaign More Inclusive of People with Disabilities

The National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) is a nonprofit organization that advances independent living and the rights of people with disabilities. We recently chatted… Read More

Pro-Tip: Winning For Women!

Winning For Women is a 501(c)(4) organization with a federal PAC that aims 1) to inform the public of national security and free-market policies that… Read More

Pro-Tip: Working or Volunteering for a Campaign

When we say women play pivotal roles in elections, we don’t just mean on the ballot and in the voting booth. We also mean the… Read More