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          image The 2016 Election Discouraged Women From Running For Office, Too

          A shocking new Cosmopolitan/SurveyMonkey poll shows that, while some women were galvanized by the election, more of them were put off from running.

          image These 7 Maps Reveal How Little You Are Represented in Government

          Unless, of course, you're a white man.

          image 12 Absolutely Essential Things You Should Know About Running For Office

          Strategists and politicians give their best tips for a successful campaign.

          image I Faced Sexist Attacks Because of My Past. Here’s What I Want to Say to My Haters.

          Alejandra Campoverdi went to Harvard, worked for President Obama, and ran for Congress. Now she's speaking out against the sexism she experienced.

          image Hillary Clinton Knows Who Can Succeed Her


          image I Got Rejected From Harvard. Then I Won a State Election.

          Amber Mariano was a 21-year-old college student when she became a Florida state representative.

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          image Even if You Weren’t Born in America, You Can Still Represent It With Pride

          Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal on how being an immigrant makes her a better legislator.

          image How I Came Back Stronger After Losing a Major Election

          For former Texas State Senator Wendy Davis, losing the governor's race wasn't the hardest part. It was what happened after.

          image You Don't Have to Quit Your Day Job to Be a Politician

          How Affie Ellis runs her small business while serving in the Wyoming State Senate.

          image How I Ran For Office on a $1,000 Budget — and Won

          Chassity Martin breaks down how she ran for city commissioner without a ton of fundraising.

          image 8 Things I’ve Learned From Nearly 30 Years in Congress

          Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen reflects on the lessons of her long career in politics and what young women should know if they're thinking about running for office.

          image Dear Conservative Women: I Want to See You on the Ballot, Too

          Mindy Finn ran for vice-president in 2016. Though she didn't win, she's not done fighting for a representative government.

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          image Dissatisfied With the Number of Women of Color in Office? You Can Help Change That.

          Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser says it's not easy to be a young, black, female politician, but the impact you can have is worth it.

          image Why Mothers Make Great Politicians

          Cathy McMorris Rodgers has given birth three times since being elected to Congress.

          image The Heartbreaking Moment That Pushes Me to Keep Fighting in Politics

          New York City Public Advocate Letitia James never forgets that politics is ultimately about people.

          image When Someone Says, “It’s Not a Woman’s Job,” Prove Them Wrong

          Congresswoman Martha McSally has faced sexism, hostility, and threats for her entire career. But she refuses to back down.

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