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WomenCount is a non-profit political organization that gives women of all generations and backgrounds from around the United States a powerful voice in the political process. We want to bring to light women candidates from across the country and help inspire more women to run for office and bring the number of women holding political office at every level to an all-time high. Our other mission is to help enact a Presidential Commission on Women. We currently have legislation in the House thanks to Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Ca). We are looking for all women to join the cause and help ensure that this legislation passes and the Commission becomes a reality, creating a new foundation for the next generation of women.

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Listed among the “Best Lawyers in America” for the last 17 years, Barbara Ann Radnofsky is a Texas lawyer who has been winning trials and mediating conflicts for 30 years. Barbara Ann served at one of the top law firms in the... more

Emerge Graduate and Tualatin City Councilwoman Joelle Davis is running to become the Oregon State Representative for District 37. She has a long list of credentials including, Tualatin City Councilwoman, Small Business Owner, Wife... more

WomenCount is pleased to have Harvard College and Michigan Law School grad, Linda Colfax on the show. Colfax spent 12 years at the Public Defender’s office and is a member of the Northern California ACLU Board.

WomenCount welcomes Jana Kemp to the show. Her story is little different then some of the other stories we've heard on the show. Kemp was a Republican state legislator who left her party. Now she is running for Governor of Idaho as an... more

Angela Moore is running for the esteemed position of Secretary of State in Georgia in 2010! Join us as we talk to Angela Moore about her hopes for Georgia and for women everywhere running for office.

Minnesota's Speaker of the House and candidate for Governor, Margaret Kelliher will be joining us. In addition to being Speaker, Margaret teaches at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey Institute and is a mom of two teens.... more

The first woman in Tennessee history elected Majority Leader of the State House of Representatives, Kim McMillan is no stranger to breaking the glass ceiling. Which is a pretty strong quality when running to become Tennesse's first... more

WomenCount welcomes one of the two women running for Governor in Maine in the coming primary. According to her site, "Rosa Scarcelli, 40, is a recognized business and community leader in Maine, a wife and mother of three children.... more

Considered to be one of the leading voices for American families in Congress, Linda Sanchez, who is also a new mom, is the first Latina in history to serve on the House Ways and Means Committee.She is also the first Latina to serve... more

FOX new analyst & reporter Lis Wiehl joins the show to talk about her 2007 book, The 51% Minority, which won the 2008 award for Books for a Better Life in the motivational category. Wiehl served as a legal analyst and reporter for NBC... more
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