Wyoming Women Leaders Share Tips for Running, Serving in Office

A discussion this week with two prominent Wyoming lawmakers will explore common barriers women face when running for office. On the one-year anniversary of its People’s Review: Live! discussion series, the Equality State Policy Center is adding a national, nonpartisan partner. Thursday’s noon event will be the third stop in She Should Run’s Road to Run Series and will highlight the role of personal narrative in effective campaigning and leadership.

According to the ESPC, State Senator Tara Nethercott and House Minority Whip Andi Clifford will talk about their experiences running for and serving in office, and give potential candidates tips for finding their public voices. Teton County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Natalia Macker will moderate the discussion. Road to Run will take place Thursday, June 3, at noon. The free online presentation is open to the public, and participants can register at https://bit.ly/3vc5Bql. Women considering running for office at any level are especially encouraged to attend.

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Thomas Jones
3 months ago

Its 2021 folks, not 1921. Pushing fear mongering and the victim narrative doesnt work anymore. Dems need to find a new tact, because this one has become quite stale.