Politics

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In the Running: Lauren Underwood

In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Lauren Underwood talks about her run for Illinois’ Fourteenth Congressional District. If she wins, she’ll be the youngest-ever African American woman in Congress.

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In the Running: Lupe Valdez

In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Lupe Valdez, who could be the first lesbian and first Hispanic governor of Texas, talks about her run.

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In the Running: Dana Balter

In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Dana Balter talks about her run for Congress in New York. If she wins, she’ll be the first woman to represent her district.

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In the Running: Christine Hallquist

In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Christine Hallquist talks about her run for governor of Vermont. If she wins, she’ll be the first transgender governor in the nation.

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In the Running: Rashida Tlaib

In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Rashida Tlaib, who could be one of the first Muslim women elected to Congress, talks about her run.

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In the Running: Deb Haaland

In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Deb Haaland talks about her run for Congress in New Mexico. If she wins, she could be one of the first Native American congresswomen in US history. To read Meena’s interview with Vangie Williams, click [here](https://www.lennyletter.com/story/in-the-running-vangie-williams).

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In the Running: Vangie Williams

In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Vangie Williams talks about her run for Congress in Virginia. If she wins, she’ll be the first black woman to hold the seat. To read Meena’s interview with Paulette Jordan, click [here](https://www.lennyletter.com/story/in-the-running-paulette-jordan).

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