Supporting Progressive Women Candidates
The Missouri State Women's Political Caucus links the members of our
local organizations to support progressive women candidates statewide
and advocate for issues important to women and families.
This is a perfect time
to start recruiting
candidates or planning
to run for office In 2014!
New National Women's Political Caucus Foundation
Created to
Help Fund the Next 40 Years

The National Women’s Political Caucus is celebrating its NEXT 40
years and beyond by launching the NWPC Foundation to secure the
future of the organization.

As a supporter of women’s rights, we hope you’ll consider becoming a
Founder with a donation of $2,000 (or more), which can be paid in full, or
paid $500 a year for four years. (We send reminders.)  Founders receive
recognition on the growing Founders list. Use your own name and/or
donate to honor someone.

Or help launch this exciting project with a supporting gift of $25, $50 or
$100.  Donations of any amount are cheerfully received.

Find out more and donate online at
Missouri State Women's Political Caucus
An Affiliate of the National Women's Political Caucus
Special thanks to Senator Claire McCaskill for headlining our first NWPC
Foundation event in Missouri.  Hon. Crystal Williams, Sen. Claire McCaskill,
NWPC Fdn. President Rosemary Smithson, Hon. Theresa Garza, Rebecca
Richardson, NWPC Fdn. Treasurer.
Missourians Elected to NWPC Board
At the national NWPC convention in Austin, two Missourians were
elected and sworn in as national board members.  Crystal Joy Williams
was elected Vice President, Membership (Kansas City, MO) and Paula
Willmarth was elected as  Vice President, Comunications (Jefferson
City, MO).  Congratulations!
Join the
ERA Missouri Campaign!
All rights reserved Missouri State Women's Political Caucus
St. Louis Caucus Starts Raising Money for 2014
Endorsed Candidates
MO State WPC President Barb Womack attended the  great fundraiser
for candidates sponsored by the NWPC of Metro St. Louis.
Click Here
for ERA Resources
Equal Rights Action Day
Tuesday, April 8th
State Capitol Building
Jefferson City, Missouri

Legislative Briefing
Hearing Room 7, Capitol Building
8:30 am Continental Breakfast
8:45 to 10:30 am Legislative Briefing
Coordinated by the Missouri Women’s Network
Contact: Mary Mosley,

March for Women’s Rights
10:30 am Gather at the Corner of Adams and East High
11:00 am March to Capitol South Lawn
Coordinated by the Missouri Women United
Contact: Shelly LaRose,
Please bring signs and organization banners.  No sticks on signs.  
There is parking at Adams and Roe Streets.

Women’s Equity Rally Under the Dome
11:30 am Grand Entry into the Rotunda from the March for Women’s Rights
11:45 am  Program in the Rotunda Begins
Coordinated by AAUW of Missouri
Contact: Karen Francis,

Citizen Lobbying for Equal Rights
12:30 pm Visit Your State Senator and Representative
Lobby for the ERA and Equal Pay
Coordinated by ERA Missouri Campaign
Contact: Jane Crigler,

Supporting Organizations:
AAUW of Missouri, Coalition of Labor Union Women, Greater Kansas City Coalition of Labor
League of Women Voters, Missouri National Organization for Women (NOW),
Missouri State Women’s Political Caucus, Missouri Women’s Network,

Missouri Women United, Vision 2020 Missouri
Download the April 8th
Rally Flyer:  
Click Here