NEW: An important tool for Ohio voters

As early voting kicks off here in Ohio, it is critically important for voters to understand where candidates stand on issues affecting women and families. That’s why we’re excited to announce the launch of our 2018 General Election Voter Guide, a nonpartisan and unbiased educational tool for voters.

The guide provides responses from a questionnaire we sent to candidate asking about their priorities on the three main issues of our shared policy agenda
1.) Promoting economic security for women and their families;
2.) Ensuring fairness and opportunity in the workplace; and
3.) Improving women’s health and wellbeing

The Voter Guide provides responses from candidates running in contested races for the November 6 general election for executive office (Attorney General, Auditor Governor and Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, and Treasurer), State House, and State Senate. 
The candidates’ responses have been made searchable by race and district to help voters navigate the site, and we will continue to update the guide with responses we receive up until the date of the election.

With our guide, you can learn more about where candidates stand on fundamentally important issues for women and families. The full Voter Guide is available online here.  

This November, Ohioans will also vote on Issue 1, a proposed constitutional amendment, also known as the Neighborhood Safety, Drug Treatment, and Rehabilitation Amendment. Join us on Thursday, October 18th for a Voters Forum where you will hear from representatives on both sides of Issue 1, specifically examining the issue through a gender lens. Find our more and register here.