We are a movement to get more progressive women of color elected to office and keep communities of color across America civically engaged.


Step 1: Search our database of progressive women of color running for office

2019 Featured candidates

(Note: this section aims to capture some of the diversity of candidates across the country, but it does not serve as an endorsement.)



London Breed is the first African American woman to be elected Mayor of San Francisco. She won the 2018 special election to serve out late Mayor Ed Lee’s term. She will be running for re-election in November 2019.  Learn more>>


Candi CdeBaca

Candi CdeBaca is running for Denver City Council District 9. Candi is a life long Denver resident, educator, and policy expert looking to create a more affordable and sustainable city. Denver elections are on May 9, 2019. Learn more>>



Lori Lightfoot is running to become the Mayor of Chicago. Lori believes in investing in quality education, LGBTQ+ rights, police reform, and cleaning up city government. The Chicago mayors race is February 26, 2019. Learn more >>



Hala Ayala was elected as Delegate to Virginia’s 51st House District in 2017. She is a lifelong Virginia resident and women’s advocate. She will be running for re-election on June 9, 2019.  Learn more>>

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