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Websites for Women Who Run

More than 500 women are expected to run in national and state races next year. To get them ready, numerous resources, in addition to the training programs, have developed on the internet.

The Center for American Women and Politics is a resource for research and data about political participation by women in the U.S. Part of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers, its mission is to promote women's influence and leadership in public life.

Project Sheila designs and produces websites for progressive women on a sliding scale, charging only what the candidate can afford.

Putting Women in Their Place produces free candidate videos for progressive women.

Emerge started the twitter hashtag #WhySheRuns to highlight female candidates.