Women voters hold the key to
the next election.
Our vote is powerful.
In every presidential election since 1980, the proportion of eligible female
adults who voted has exceeded the proportion of eligible male adults who voted. Over 59
million women voted in the 2000 election, over
voted in the 2004
election and over 70 million voted in 2008. A higher percentage of women than men have voted in every
presidential election since 1984.
NCWO National Council of Women’s Organizations-- recognize the importance of
improving programs and policies that address girls' and women's economic, legal,
social and physical well-being throughout their lifespan. Our policy agenda
comprises building blocks for a society free from the inequality, oppression and
discrimination that face a variety of women and girls from many different
backgrounds and experiences.
Institute for Women's
Policy Research --The Institute conducts rigorous research and
disseminates its findings to the needs of women, promote public dialogue, and
strengthen families, communities, and societies.
National Issues Forum--National
Issues Forums (NIF) is a network of civic, educational, and other organizations,
and individuals, whose common interest is to promote public deliberation in