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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CANDIDATES WE ENDORSED AND WON THEIR ELECTIONS TO THE HOUSE AND SENATE. YIPPIE!


We are on path to elect 100 new women of color to the US Congress by 2043.
The Senate quadrupled its representation of women of color. They include Catherine Cortez Masto, (NV), who will be the nation’s first Latina senator, Tammy Duckworth (IL) and Kamala Harris, (CA) who will join Senator Mazie Hirono (HI).


There were some surprises and many firsts on the House side, including Stephanie Murphy’s win over long-term Congressman John Mica’s Florida seat. Murphy is the first Vietnamese-American woman in the House. Other women of color elected to the House include the following: Lisa Blunt Rochester (African American, at-large from the State of Delaware; Colleen Hanabusa (Pacific-Asian from Hawaii-01); Nanette Diaz Barragan (Latino from California-44); Val Demings (African American from Florida-10) and Pramila Jayapal, the first person of color elected to the Washington State Democratic Delegation, and the first South Asian woman ever elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.


There will be a total of nine new women of color in the 115th Congress, all Democrats. However, Mia (Haitian-American Utah–04) returns for her second term. Congratulations to those whom we endorsed and won, and those who gave a good fight.

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When women of color thrive, the whole world prospers. We seek to actively engage women of color at national and international levels where key conversations and decisions are taking place. We are furthering the efforts to make these necessary voices relevant so that they may effect positive change.

Relevant Reports & News

Women & Girls of Color:
Addressing Challenges and Expanding Opportunities

Women & Girls of color

by The White House Council on Women and Girls

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Women of Color:
A Growing Force in the American Electorate

By Center for American Progress

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Women's Bureau:
Women of Color Fact Sheet

By the US Department of Labor
"The Economic Status of
Women of Color"

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Raising Our Sisters’ Assets Political Action Committee (ROSA PAC) is dedicated to raising funds for women of color running for Congress to help them win, get re-elected and lead.


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