Women for Warren

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When Elizabeth meets little girls on the campaign trail, she often says:

"My name is Elizabeth, and I'm running for the Senate -- because that's what girls do."

That message is particularly important in this campaign because there's so much at stake for women in 2012.

Scott Brown has voted against equal pay for women and women's access to birth control. And his choice for Vice President, Paul Ryan, sponsored legislation that could eliminate a woman's right to choose, even in cases of rape or incest -- and could even ban in vitro fertilization and birth control pills.

The Romney-Ryan-Brown agenda for women looks like it comes from 1952, not 2012. And we need to fight back.

We're proud to officially launch our online Women for Warren program -- and I hope you'll be a part of it.

Women for Warren

  • Sign up to join our team. To win in November, we need to have as many one-on-one conversations with women as possible about what's at stake in this election. That's why we're hosting Women for Warren Wednesday phone banks and canvassing events all across MA. Be a part of our team and help tell the truth about the Romney-Ryan-Brown agenda.
  • Like Women for Warren on Facebook. We've started a new Facebook page with news and updates on our Women for Warren program. Like our page and show your friends that you're a Woman for Warren.

Elizabeth is going to stand up for the women of Massachusetts and our country to protect their right to health care, fair pay, and access to birth control.

And she's going to fight to level the playing field for women and families, so everyone has a chance to succeed.

I hope you'll be a part of our team.