Lisa Campbell, Candidate GA HD 35, Endorsed by Georgia WIN List – Aiming to be t… – Press Release

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Today, Lisa Campbell, candidate for the Georgia House of Representatives District 35, announces she has been endorsed by the Georgia WIN List, a grassroots Political Action Committee (PAC) dedicated to changing the face of power in Georgia by recruiting, training, supporting, electing and re-electing Democratic women for statewide and legislative office. Since 2000, GA WIN List has helped elect and re-elect more than 75 endorsed women, with 45 of them currently serving – 13 in the Senate and 32 in the House, and trained more than 2,100 women to run for office over the years.

KENNESAW, Ga., March 26, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Today, Lisa Campbell, candidate for the Georgia House of Representatives District 35, announces she has been endorsed by the Georgia WIN List, a grassroots Political Action Committee (PAC) dedicated to changing the face of power in Georgia by recruiting, training, supporting, electing and re-electing Democratic women for statewide and legislative office. Since 2000, GA WIN List has helped elect and re-elect more than 75 endorsed women, with 45 of them currently serving – 13 in the Senate and 32 in the House, and trained more than 2,100 women to run for office over the years.

“I am honored to be endorsed by the Georgia WIN List,” Campbell said. “Democratic women candidates outnumber our Republican colleagues more than three to one, which is a very positive sign. I firmly believe that the only way to achieve equality is to demand greater diversity in our leadership until we have a system that accurately reflects our population and effectively advocates for the issues most important to women and families, including equal rights and the preservation of reproductive freedoms.”

After endorsing four women for statewide constitutional office last fall, Georgia WIN List added endorsements for 24 currently serving legislators facing Primary or General election opponents and seven previously endorsed women during a Capitol press conference on…

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