Learning the game: Program prepares Democratic women to run for office
They come from various age groups, religions and ethnic backgrounds.
Some are wealthy, while others are struggling college students. But they are united by one belief: The state is moving in the wrong direction – and they’ve decided to do something about it by running for office.
AZ women continue political gains with CAP Board majority
Arizona has always had its fair share of larger-than-life politicians.
For years, the state has also been on the cutting edge of progressive politics, in selecting powerful women to hold its highest offices, in a traditionally male-dominated arena.
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- 2014 SIGNATURE EVENTS
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- 2014 CAPITOL ROADSHOW – Jan.
- 2014 BEST OF THE CAPITOL – June
- 2014 MEET THE CANDIDATES – July
- 2014 LEADERS OF THE YEAR – Sept.
- 2014 ROCK THE CAPITOL – Dec.
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- 2012 ROCK THE CAPITOL
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- 2012 BEST OF THE CAPITOL
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- 2010 LEADERS OF THE YEAR
- 2010 BEST OF THE CAPITOL
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