Running Start: Bringing Young Women to Politics is non profit c(3) organization whose mission is to inspire young women and girls to run for political office. This non-partisan organization's mission is to increase the number of women who serve in elective office in the United States by educating women and girls that they are needed in politics. Their training programs emphasize that political office is an attainable and exciting goal for young women to pursue. Running Start was started by Susannah Shakow, Esq., former president of the Women Under Forty Political Action Campaign.
... Running Start focuses on research, education, and outreach ... Running Start intends to be the nation's premiere resource on young women and politics with nonpartisan, accurate data about young women candidates and their unique ... Running Start also introduces college and high school girls to the power of politics through their education initiatives ...
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