Nadia Hallgren

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Christine Lui Chen is a neuroscientist and health-care expert, which is a big part of the reason why she’s running for a seat in the New Jersey statehouse.
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Twenty-three-year-old Mexican-American Crystal Murillo is running for a seat on town council in her hometown, Aurora, Colorado. Her opponent? The incumbent, a 79-year-old white Republican woman.
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When Jennifer Carroll Foy—a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and a public defender—decided to run for a seat in the Virginia statehouse, she was months behind her opponent’s fundraising goals. And no one knew she was pregnant with twins.
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Laura Moser had never run for elected office in her life—until she decided to throw her hat in the ring for Texas’s Seventh Congressional District. It’s an exhilarating, and exhausting, new job.
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Stacey Abrams is a woman of many talents: she’s a Yale-educated tax attorney, a minority leader in the Georgia statehouse, and a prolific romance novelist. (Seriously.) But can she become the first African-American woman to ever be elected a state governor?
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Meet the candidates—Stacey Abrams, Laura Moser, Christine Lui Chen, Jennifer Carroll Foy, and Crystal Murillo—who are trying reshape American politics, one election at a time.
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It’s been one year since the election of Donald Trump, and there’s a new wave of women running for political office. In this new documentary series, we take a look inside the campaigns of five of these inspired (and inspiring) candidates.
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