News & Views

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Columbus Dispatch, June 2021

Should child care be a campaign expense in Ohio? Bill seeks to give candidates the option

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Motherly, May 2021

There's a new push to help mothers get involved in politics

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Charleston Gazette-Mail, April 2021

Rebekah Aranda: Caregivers need help to be candidates (Opinion)

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The New York Times, Feb 2021

The Plight of Women in the Pandemic

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The 19th, Aug 2020

Mothers are increasingly running for office. Will COVID-19 sideline their momentum?

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Time, April 2020

If America Doesn’t Invest

in Childcare, Who Will Watch Our Kids When We Go Back

to Work?

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The Atlantic July 2019

The Job of Campaigning Is Extremely Family-Unfriendly

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CNN, May 2018

NY congressional candidate: ‘Our babysitter is just as integral to our team as my campaign manager

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Glamour, May 2018

In Groundbreaking Ruling, Moms Running for Congress Can Use Campaign Funds for Child Care

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Washington Post, April 2018

Want women to run for Congress? We need someone to watch our kids first

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CNBC, June 2021

Campaign-funded child care helps moms run for office — meet the woman making it happen

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Roll Call, May 2021

Campaign spending on child care growing steadily since FEC allowed it

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USA Today, April 2021

Jobs report to deliver latest evidence of the 'she-cession

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Commonwealth Magazine, Feb 2021

Commission backs use of Campaign Funds for Childcare

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19th News, Aug 2020

Delaware official rejects statehouse candidate’s request to use campaign funds for

child care

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Brennan Center for Justice, Feb 2020

Helping Moms and Dads Become Candidates

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Medium, Feb 2019

Louisiana: Where four men have used campaign funds for childcare, but a woman running was denied and told she has “Misplaced Priorities

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The Today Show, May 2018

This mom running for Congress wants to use campaign funds for child care

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Vox, May 2018

This mom just won the right to

use campaign funds to pay for

child care

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Forbes, May 2021

Childcare as a campaign expense? Here's why we need it.

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19th News, May 2021

Only some parents can use campaign funds for child care when running for office. Here's why.

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Glamour, Feb 2021

When Something Breaks, Moms Pick Up the Pieces. What Happens When Moms Break?

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Forbes, Aug 2020

Electing a Mother as VP? Vote Mama Resoundingly Says Yes

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Emerge America, May 2020

Electing More Moms Means Expanding Access to Child Care for Candidates

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The Nation, Feb 2020

Rep. Katie Porter Wants to Make It Easier for Single Moms Like Her to Serve in Congress

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CNN, May 2018

FEC approves NY candidate’s request to use campaign funds for childcare

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NPR, May 2018

FEC Says That Candidates Can Use Campaign funds for Child Care

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Elle, April 2018

Mothers Need Childcare to Run for Office. One Candidate Wants to Use Campaign Dollars to Pay for It