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Women running for office face outdated notions about gender and leadership. In the lead-up to the 2022 election, we’re highlighting how gender bias impacts women candidates and what you can do to challenge it. Together we can #GetOutTheBias and focus on what really matters: candidates’ ideas and experience.

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How gender bias impacts women candidates

Our See Maya Run video highlights the challenges women candidates face up and down the ballot—with people more likely to question their qualifications, criticize their looks, or simply dislike them.

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What you can do

How to challenge biased reactions to women candidates

Our interactive Hear That? Say This tool recommends what to say when you hear biased reactions to women candidates like, “I don’t think a woman can win” or “I just don’t like her.”

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Our research

How outdated notions shape elections

Our research on the 2020 presidential race shows that a majority of voters are ready for a woman president—we just need to set aside outdated notions that women are not as “presidential” and “electable.”

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Thanks to our #GetOutTheBias partners:

  • Barbara Lee Family Foundation
  • Center for American Women and Politics
  • League of Women Voters
  • National Urban League
  • Rock the Vote
  • She Should Run