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I Vote for Women

By effectively focusing our leadership, political giving and votes -- we will push past the tipping point and finally breakthrough the status quo. With women's focused leadership at all levels of government and business, we will achieve greater economic security, opportunity and advancement, family-friendly work environments, women-owned business growth, retirement security, equal rights and human rights.

When we focus our power, we shape the world

Women Leading Politics and Policy


As we come together to focus our tremendous voting clout with supportive women candidates and purchasing power with women-owned firms – we will breakthrough the status quo, dramatically raise our influence and incomes, put our stamp on political and world leadership and the business/employer marketplace – we will finally secure women-led progress in world leadership, human rights, fair pay and promotion, family-friendly work environments, retirement security and women-owned business growth.

This transformation will consummate women's long path to political and economic power and create a better world for all.


The women's movement is far from over. In many ways – we have just begun.

Margot DorfmanMargot Dorfman, CEO
U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce
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P.S. I took my own advice: I was elected to serve as Commissioner of my home town.




USWCC Candidate Ratings


First Round Completed August 25, 2014:  The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce sent the Women's Economic Priorities candidate questionnaire to all women candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.  From the responses, ratings were determined (based on candidate responses and history).  We are in process of updating all of the candidate information at this website.  A list of the current ratings are shown below.

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100% Rating:  Women's Economic Priorities

Staci Appel, Iowa's 3rd District (view candidate questionnaire responses)
Mary Ellen Balchunis, Pennsylvania's 7th District (view candidate questionnaire responses)
Suzanne Bonamici, Oregon's 1st District (view candidate questionnaire responses)
Pam Byrnes, Michigan's 7th District (view candidate questionnaire responses)
Emily Cain, Maine's 2nd District (view candidate questionnaire)
Lois Capps, California's 24th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Katherine Clark, Massachusetts 5th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Rosa DeLauro, Connecticut's 3rd District (view candidate questionnaire)
Tammy Duckworth, Illinois' 8th District
Donna Edwards, Maryland's 4th District
Anna Eshoo, California's 18th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Elizabeth Esty, Connecticut's 5th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Lois Frankel, Florida's 22nd District (view candidate questionnaire)
Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky - U.S. Senate (view candidate questionnaire)
Betty McCollum, Minnesota's 4th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Donna McAleer, Utah's 1st District (view candidate questionnaire)
Amanda Renteria, California's 21st District (view candidate questionnaire)
Kathleen Rice, New York's 4th District (view candidate questionnaire
Carol Shea-Porter, New Hampshire's 1st District (view candidate questionnaire)
Jan Schakowsky, Illinois' 9th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Kyrsten Sinema, Arizona's 9th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Natalie Tennant,West Virginia - U.S. Senate (view candidate questionnaire)
Dina Titus, Nevada's 1st District (view candidate questionnaire)
Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Florida's 23rd District (view candidate questionnaire)
Bonnie Watson Coleman, New Jersey's 12th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Rose Marie Wilcox, Arizona's 7th District (view candidate questionnaire)

Strong Rating:  Women's Economic Priorities

Aimee Belgard, New Jersey's 3rd District (view candidate questionnaire)
Ann Callis, Illinois' 13th District (view candidate questionnaire)
Mary Landrieu, Louisiana, U.S. Senate
Michelle Nunn, Georgia, U.S. Senate
Susan Davis, California's 23rd District (view candidate questionnaire)

Candidate Ratings & Endorsements


First Round Completed August 25, 2014:  The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce sent the Women's Economic Priorities candidate questionnaire to all women candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.  From the responses, ratings were determined (based on candidate responses and history).  We are in process of updating all of the candidate information at this website.  A list of the current ratings and USWCC endorsements are shown below.

100% Rating:  Women's Economic Priorities
Staci Appel
     Iowa's 3rd District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Staci's campaign
Mary Ellen Balchunis
     Pennsylvania's 7th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Mary Ellen's campaign

Suzanne Bonamici
     Oregon's 1st District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Suzanne's campaign

Pam Byrnes
     Michigan's 7th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Pam's campaign

Emily Cain
     Maine's 2nd District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Emily's campaign

Lois Capps
     California's 24th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Lois' campaign

Katherine Clark
     Massachusetts 5th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT

Rosa DeLauro
     Connecticut's 3rd District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Rosa's campaign

Tammy Duckworth
     Illinois' 8th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Tammy's campaign

Donna Edwards
     Maryland's 4th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Donna's campaign

Anna Eshoo
     California's 18th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Anna's campaign

Elizabeth Esty
     Connecticut's 5th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Elizabeth's campaign

Lois Frankel
     Florida's 22nd District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Lois' campaign

Alison Lundergan Grimes
     Kentucky - U.S. Senate - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Alison's campaign

Betty McCollum
     Minnesota's 4th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Betty's campaign

Donna McAleer
     Utah's 1st District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Donna's campaign

Amanda Renteria
     California's 21st District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Amanda's campaign

Kathleen Rice
     New York's 4th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Kathleen's campaign

Carol Shea-Porter
     New Hampshire's 1st District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Carol's campaign

Jan Schakowsky
     Illinois' 9th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Jan's campaign

Kyrsten Sinema
     Arizona's 9th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Kyrsten's campaign

Natalie Tennant
     West Virginia - U.S. Senate - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Natalie's campaign

Dina Titus
     Nevada's 1st District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Dina's campaign

Debbie Wasserman Schultz
     Florida's 23rd District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Debbie's campaign

Bonnie Watson Coleman
     New Jersey's 12th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Bonnie's campaign



Strong Rating:  Women's Economic Priorities

Aimee Belgard
     New Jersey's 3rd District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Aimee's campaign

Ann Callis
     Illinois' 13th District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Ann's campaign

Susan Davis
     California's 23rd District - VIEW ENDORSEMENT - Contribute to Susan's campaign

Mary Landrieu
     Louisiana, U.S. Senate - VIEW ENDORSEMENT Contribute to Mary's campaign

Michelle Nunn
     Georgia, U.S. Senate - VIEW ENDORSEMENT Contribute to Michelle's campaign