A new campaign, Women on 20s, aims to put a woman on US paper currency - specifically, on the $20 bill currently occupied by Andrew Jackson. Find out why and vote for your favorite on-the-money choice.
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While the calendar says 2015, that doesn't mean there aren't elections. Five states (KY, LA, MS, NJ, VA) have odd-year legislative or statewide contests; CAWP's Election Watch keeps you up to date.
Not there yet: The Clinton Foundation's No Ceilings Project put out a video with the voices of Amy Poehler, Cameron Diaz, Sienna Miller and Padma Lakshmi - but the women themselves weren't there. They were underscoring that when it comes to gender equity, we're not there yet. Upworthy summarizes the story and highlights magazines whose cover-models were also not there.
Running or not? U.S. Senate and House races for 2016 are starting to shape up. Condoleezza Rice isn't running in CA, per the LA Times; Donna Edwards is in Maryland, per the Washington Post.
Rep. Miller will be missed: Just one woman, Rep. Candice Miller (R-MI) currently chairs a House committee. With her upcoming retirement, says The Hill, the GOP leadership is in the market for women who can take the help in committees.
The Senate will miss Mikulski:The Baltimore Sun shares an interview with retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski, the dean of the Senate women and a mentor across party lines.
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