Why you should support Los Angeles Women's Collective PAC

The Los Angeles Women’s Collective is a political action committee that brings together women in Los Angeles to influence political and legislative progress at a national level.

We are a membership organization that is foremost focused on our members-bridging the gap for them between what's happening in government and our everyday lives via:

  • fundraising events for candidates
  • policy events
  • highly curated policy and issue information coming out of DC

Our mission for 2017 will be to support the most visionary and vulnerable female Senate candidates that are up for re-election in 2018 with money and our other resources, as well as our top female leaders of the future. We cannot impress enough how crucial the 2018 midterm elections are.

Membership:

To join, members commit to give a $1000 here as a contribution to the PAC for advocacy and an additional $4000 over the course of 2017 directly to LAWCPAC supported candidates via events.

Our first event of the year is Saturday, Feb 11th. in support of Kirsten Gillibrand, U.S Senator from New York. You can RSVP here for the event.

If you cannot make this commitment but want stay up to date on key candidates, or join our wider community events throughout the year, please join our newsletter.

Most importantly, our message to everyone post 2016 is to please take action around issues you are most passionate about, and that there are ALWAYS elections happening, not just every four years. Interim elections are where much of the public disengages and in the last 8 years democrats have lost over 1000 seats across state and national governments. Supporting candidates inside and new to the system fighting every day for us and our issues is more crucial than ever.

Please join us.


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  • Frances Berman endorsed

    “There needs to be more women in leadership roles across all professions. If we are better represented by women in policy making positions, especially at the highest levels of government, our advocacy for equal rights will be heard.”

Dec 6 2016

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  • Frances Berman endorsed

    “There needs to be more women in leadership roles across all professions. If we are better represented by women in policy making positions, especially at the highest levels of government, our advocacy for equal rights will be heard.”

  • Aurora Weinstock endorsed

  • Lynette Howell Taylor endorsed

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