Join the National Women's Political Caucus of Orange County on Wednesday, February 22, for the OC Kickoff of Kimberly Ellis' campaign for the Democratic Party Chair.
Visit the Event page for details and to RSVP.
Join NWPC Orange County at the Women's March on Washington - Orange County!
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Starting Point: French Plaza Downtown Santa Ana (Corner of 4th and French)Read more
The original blog post stated that with Letitia Clark joining the Tustin City Council, this would be the first time that two women had served on the council at the same time. Councilwomman Deborah Gavello (2008 - 2012) served with Councilwoman Gomez from 2010 - 2012. Our apologies for this error.
Join Letitia Clark at the Swearing In of the 2017 council members at the City of Tustin Council Chambers on Friday, December 9th at 4:30 pm.
This is an historic event for Tustin! Letitia is the first African American woman to hold a council seat in the City of Tustin AND it is the first time that the City of Tustin has ever had two women on the council at the same time!
Let's hope that the selection of the Mayor is for Councilwoman Beckie Gomez!
Location: Council Chambers, 300 Centennial Way, Tustin, CA 92780
NWPC endorsed candidates need your help in this last week before the elction! Please help canvass and/or phone bank. Below is a list of a few opportunities.
Sharon Quirk-Silva - Meeting location: Campaign Headquarters, 421 Brookhurst St, Suite 128, Anaheim
Email Angela for dates and times: email@example.com
Melissa Fox - Meeting location: 49 Bolinas, Irvine
November 4-7: 10 am - 2 pm
November 8: 9 am - all day
Visit our Endorsed Candidates page for a complete list of endorsed candidates ---- and then contact them to volunteer!
The National Women’s Political Caucus was founded in 1971 under the leadership of Shirley Chisholm, Gloria Steinem, and Betty Friedan and from that time it has worked tirelessly to elect women to political office. Today the NWPC is eagerly awaiting the fruits of its labor in the election of Hillary Rodham Clinton to be the first woman President of the United States.Read more