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Women’s Outreach has a few special opportunities for you!

Donald Trump has been saying the “woman’s card” is all Hillary has going for her — we just loved Hillary’s response: “If fighting for women’s health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the ‘woman card,’ then deal me in.”

Apparently other people did, too. We’ve been hearing from supporters all over the country that they’d like a “woman card” of their very own — to display proudly on a fridge or pull out of their wallet every time they run into someone who says women who support Hillary must not be using our brains (that’s a real thing Donald Trump’s senior adviser said).

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We’re only making a thousand of these, so don’t miss your chance to get one. Chip in $1 right now, and you’ll be able to play the woman card anytime you want. Get yours now. 
Finally, if you are in the D.C. area next Wednesday, we’d love for you to join us at the:
Women for Hillary Breaking Down Barriers Conversation 
Eva Longoria, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand,
Ilyse Hogue, Maya Harris,
Chelsea Clinton
and Hillary Clinton
Details can be found here >>>>
5.4.16 Invitation



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Women’s Outreach sent out the following email today.


Clinton’s Pledged Delegate Lead Grows to 221

Campaign Releases Video on Delegate Process

With the completion of all vote counting in March 8th states, Hillary Clinton’s pledged delegate lead has grown to 221, an increase of 24 delegates from Tuesday night alone. This growing lead increases the margin Senator Sanders will have to win in each future state in order to catch up.

“Propelled by the enthusiasm and determination of our extraordinary field staff, volunteers, and supporters, Hillary Clinton has won another state and more delegates. We’re grateful to have earned the votes of hundreds of thousands of Mississippians and Michiganders. As Hillary heads into the remaining March contests, her sizable lead reflects how voters in all parts of the country believe she is the best candidate to ensure all Americans are given a fair shake and a fair shot to succeed,” said Robby Mook, Hillary for America campaign manager.

To help lay out the importance of delegates in the presidential nominating process, the Clinton Campaign also released an explainer video from David Huynh, the campaign’s delegate strategist.

Date State Delegates Clinton Sanders
Feb 1 Iowa 44 23 21
Feb 9 New Hampshire 24 9 15
Feb 20 Nevada 35 20 15
Feb 27 South Carolina 53 39 14
Mar 1 Alabama 53 44 9
Mar 1 American Samoa 6 4 2
Mar 1 Arkansas 32 22 10
Mar 1 Colorado 66 28 38
Mar 1 Georgia 102 73 29
Mar 1 Massachusetts 91 46 45
Mar 1 Minnesota 77 31 46
Mar 1 Oklahoma 38 17 21
Mar 1 Tennessee 67 44 23
Mar 1 Texas 222 148 74
Mar 1 Vermont 16 0 16
Mar 1 Virginia 95 62 33
Mar 5 Kansas 33 10 23
Mar 5 Nebraska 25 10 15
Mar 5 Louisiana 51 37 14
Mar 6 Maine 25 9 16
Mar 8 Mississippi 36 32 4
Mar 8 Michigan 130 63 67
TOTAL 771 550



If you would like to hear more from David, you can join him in tomorrow’s conference call.

Please join us for our weekly conference call on Friday, March 11th at 1:00pm EST. You can register for the call here.

This week our special guests will be Lorella Praeli, HFA Director of Latino Outreach who will join us from Florida with an update on the race in that critical state and David Huynh, HFA Director of Delegate Operations who will go into more detail about the importance of our increasing delegate lead!



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In honor of International Women’s Day, we will be hosting a call tomorrow at 4pm EST to celebrate the achievements of women around the world. We have two very special guests joining us to spotlight Hillary’s record of breaking down barriers for women and girls. Please register for the call here.
Melanne Verveer

Ambassador Verveer is the Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. She most recently served as the first U.S. Ambassador for Global Women’s Issues, a position to which she was nominated by President Obama in 2009. She coordinated foreign policy issues and  activities relating to the political, economic and social advancement of women, traveling to nearly sixty countries. She worked to ensure that women’s participation and rights are fully integrated into U.S. foreign policy, and she played a leadership role in the Administration’s development of the U.S. National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security. President Obama also appointed her to serve as the U.S. Representative to the UN Commission on the Status of Women.

Feminista Jones
Feminista Jones is the Love & Sex section editor at BlogHer and is the primary blogger at FeministaJones.com, a blog devoted to promoting sex-positive discussions on social media, deconstruction of social norms/restrictions, challenging standard feminist theory (and making feminism accessible to more women in the process), giving voice to man-loving feminist women, exploring alternative sexual identities through a feminist lens, teaching and advising, and all around fun. By day, she is a mental health social work administrator in NYC. By night she is a freelance writer and editor, whose work has appeared in TIME, EBONY, Washington Post, Mashable, Salon, and more.

Women’s History Month House Parties

Throughout Women’s History Month this March, we encourage all of our Women for Hillary volunteers to host house parties in your communities to showcase the impact that Hillary Clinton has had on women and girls throughout her career. We can provide you with talking points, as well as work with you to provide a surrogate for a conference call during your party.
Check out our digital organizing resources here!
When you’re ready, set up your official event link here.

LAST DAY Before Michigan Primary – Help Us Make Calls

Finally, an important ask before the primaries tomorrowplease help make calls into Michigan and other states by clicking here. You can make calls every day from 9:00am – 9:00pm local time. The Michigan primary is a crucial contest, and mobilizing voters before tomorrow is critical.
Please reach out to womensoutreach@hillaryclinton.com with any questions.



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Highlights from the Women’s Outreach Newsletter on some ways you can help boost Hillary: Bay area millennials are organizing tonight!  Join them!  Sign up to make calls, Get Out the Vote and Caucus.


San Francisco Millennials for Hillary Kick-Off
The San Francisco Millennials for Hillary Kick-Off is TONIGHT from 7:00-9:00pm at Monroe SF.

We are so excited to announce that tech founder and business leader, Julia Hartz, will join Hillary for America CTO and former Googler, Stephanie Hannon, to energize our audience, speak about their own career paths, and discuss pathways for millennials to be engaged in this historic campaign.

Millennials between the ages of 21 and 35 interested in networking and learning from other dynamic supporters of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy can RSVP here.

Make Calls to March States
States with upcoming primaries and caucuses need our help with outreach — do phone banking for Hillary (from home!) right here.
Get Out the Vote & Get Out the Caucus
Super Tuesday was a big day, but there are still 18 contests left in March, and we want to have a strong showing in all of them. If you’re able to travel to a March state, please fill out this form and someone from the campaign will be in touch to help you coordinate your plans.

*IMPORTANT: Please note “Women for Hillary” under organizational affiliation so we’re able to identify you.

NEW — Text ImWithHer to 47246 to tell Hillary you’re by her side all the way to the White House.

Weekly Conference Call
Please join us for our weekly conference call on Friday, March 4th at 1:00pm EST. You can register for the call here.




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If you are not quite sure how to speak effectively with undecided voters, this might be exactly what you are looking for!  The Women’s Outreach initiative of Hillary for America is offering this training webinar tomorrow.

Executive Women for Hillary will host a webinar tomorrow, Wednesday, February 3rd at 5:30pm EST on how to engage with undecided voters to best communicate Hillary’s accomplishments and her vision for America.
***Once you have registered, you will receive a registration confirmation email detailing your personal call-in number, pin, and link to join the Social Webinar. If you have not received this email, you are NOT registered.


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