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Virginia Democratic Women's Caucus

The Virginia Democratic Women’s Caucus has endorsed Jennifer Woofter for Delegate. The Caucus supports Democratic women who aspire to public office and work to raise awareness of women’s issues.

 
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National Organization for Women

The Political Action Committee of the Virginia Chapter of the National Organization for Women is pleased to endorse Jennifer Woofter for Delegate, based on our legislative priorities for ratification of the ERA, support for reproductive rights and access to healthcare for girls and women, non-discrimination policies for the LGBTQ community, passing gun safety protections, stopping sexual and domestic violence and working for equal pay.

 
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1Planet

Jennifer Woofter has received 1Planet's endorsement for the 2019 Virginia General Assembly election. 1Planet is a 501c(4) organization which works to create climate voters through education, advocacy, and electoral activism. 1Planet endorses candidates who show serious commitment to addressing the climate crisis.

 
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ROSEL’s List

We are thrilled to announce that we've been endorsed by ROSEL's List, our community's preeminent resource for women in politics. Named after Lynchburg matriarch Rosel Schewel, ROSEL's List is a tremendous force in our community. It's mission is to identify, mentor and elect women to positions of leadership in Central Virginia and statewide.

 
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Indivisible Lynchburg

We are proud to announce that Indivisible Lynchburg has endorsed Jennifer Woofter for Delegate. Indivisible is a nationwide movement of thousands of volunteer-led local groups that engage in progressive advocacy and electoral work at the local, state, and federal level. Their mission is to cultivate a grassroots movement to elect progressive leaders, realize bold progressive policies and rebuild our democracy.

 
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#VOTEPROCHOICE

Jennifer Woofter for Delegate has been endorsed by #VOTEPROCHOICE, a national political organizing project and technology platformed connecting the nation’s prochoice majority voters with prochoice champion candidates in every election. #VOTEPROCHOICE endorses candidates that are committed to fight for a woman’s right to make her own healthcare decisions.

 
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Progressive Change Campaign Committee

Jennifer is proud to be endorsed by the Progressive Change Campaign Committee. PCCC - BoldProgressives.org identifies candidates around the country who are committed to taking on economic and social inequality and fighting for the needs of working families.

 
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Moms Demand Action

Jennifer Woofter for Delegate has received the 2019 Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction. It is a signal to supporters, volunteers and voters across the country that a candidate stands for gun violence prevention and will govern with gun safety in mind.

 
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Run for Something

We've been endorsed by Run for Something! RFS supports young, diverse, progressive candidates who are ready to bring change to their districts. RFS candidates win because they run grassroots-powered campaigns focusing on local issues -- we couldn't agree more.

 
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Virginia’s List

We are thrilled to receive an endorsement from Virginia's List! Virginia's List focuses on progressive women, and envisions a Commonwealth where women have an equal voice at the decision-making table — in the General Assembly and in statewide elected offices.

 
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Leap Forward

LEAP Forward is proud to endorse Jennifer Woofter for Delegate, District 22. LEAP Forward looks for candidates who acknowledge that the status quo is untenable, who understand that this is a political problem that can be solved by political means, and who are unafraid to make gun safety a key part of their platform. In this regard, Jennifer Woofter is well-positioned to lead on these important conversations in her district and in the state legislature.”