2017 Races

In November of 2017, three women have the chance to turn red seats blue-- from the U.S. House of Representatives to the County Board in Monmouth County N.J.  Learn more and then support these women as they cross the finish line.

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Dr. Kathie Allen for U.S. House Utah-3

A family practice physician for 30 years, Kathie Allen seeks to bring thoughtful, science based solutions to the U.S. House of Representatives. She won the Democratic primary to challenge the GOP stranglehold on the UT-3 seat previously held by Jason Chaffetz.


Dr. Lisa Bhimani for NJ Senate 25

A former Ob-gyn and a survivor of a Lyme disease, Dr. Bhimani is running for New Jersey State Senate to make a difference in New Jersey.  Dr. Bhimani on running for NJ office: "State politics affect the day-to-day lives of our NJ residents and that's where I feel I can make the most difference.  It's time to get things done in NJ--from reducing our property taxes to stimulating our economy with wise investment infrastructure."


Dr. Margie Donlon for Monmouth County Freeholder

As a physician and avid surfer, Dr. Margie Donlon is hoping to bring a wave of change at the local level. She is running for Freeholder in Monmouth County New Jersey and intends to bring solid Democratic representation with smart financial decision-making for long-term fiscal solvency.