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We’re hosting a new event, and we’d love to see you there!
Join us for the MWPAC Annual Meeting & Holiday Reception
December 8, 2021 at 5:00 PM.
Register soon because space is limited. We hope you’re able to join us!

A Chat with Tiburon Candidates

Two candidates for the Tiburon Town Council, Kathleen DeFever and Noah Griffin, spoke recently with MWPAC members.


An Inspiring Evening Honoring Women Who Are Making History in Marin as Elected Officials

About this Event

Join us in our 2021 Women’s History Month Celebration!

Under the theme “Use Your Voice”, this is an evening of art featuring local poets and writers in honor of women who are making history in Marin as elected officials.

Online Event
March 25, 2021
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM PDT

Election Wrap Up – Local, State and National Election Results Nov. 19, 2020

We couldn’t ask for a more knowledgeable lineup of speakers for this event. Richard Rubin, founder and president of Richard Rubin Associates, a consulting firm for public and private businesses and agencies, a political columnist, lawyer, professor and former chair of the board of governors of the Commonwealth Club of California, will analyze the national election results.

Carole Mills, who is currently District Representative for State Senator Mike McGuire and who previously worked for State Senator Mark Leno, will discuss the outcome of the Ballot Propositions. And Rachel Farac, Novato City Planning Commissioner, will speak about the results of local Marin County elections, including Healthcare District Board, Community College District Board and City Council races.


We Congratulate and Honor Our New Vice President, Kamala Harris.

Kamala Harris, pictured below, when she spoke to us in 2010. Vice President Harris, you shattered the glass ceiling and have made every member of MWPAC proud! May your great poise, intelligence, decency and goodness win the hearts of all Americans and citizens of the world!


Right On, California!

A line of women rally for women’s suffrage and advertise a free rally discussing women’s right to vote in New York, in Sept. 1916. (AP Photo)

Did you know California’s women’s suffrage campaign inspired other states to join the movement? Nearly a decade after women won the right to vote in California, women were granted this right in all states at the federal level with the passage and ratification of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution on August 26, 1920. If you want more information on the American women’s suffrage movement check out About US Suffrage and California’s role.

Discussion on Racial and Social Justice


How To Run a Winning Campaign

Whether you are considering running for political office in the future or you are a candidate who would like to polish your fundraising and campaigning skills, MWPAC’s Candidates’ Training on Thursday, July 16, 5:30 p.m. is the virtual place to be! Meet other candidates and share similar questions, considerations and goals.

Laurie Earp will present a fundraising seminar covering how to campaign and raise funds during COVID-19.

Nancy Warren , a professional campaign treasurer, will explain the art of completing and filing FPPC reports on time.

Zoom Anniversary Party Sparks Dialogue

On Thursday, June 18, MWPAC helped 35 members and guests celebrate our 10th anniversary and 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in America. We did this via Zoom and everybody looked good!

First we toasted to these anniversaries, talked a little bit about our history and mission to help women get elected to public office, now more important than ever! From there we had three speakers — Stephanie Moulton-Peters, newly elected to the Marin Board of Supervisors, and who previously served on the Mill Valley City Council; Renee Goddard, a member of the Fairfax City Council, who included a vigorous discussion of the Black Lives Matter movement as it pertains to Marin; and Diane Gasson, on how she arrived at the decision to run for the Novato School Board. The speakers acknowledged our group helped them in their run for office. A trivia contest based on prominent women in government challenged memories and proved educational.

Finally, we opened up discussion on various topics. Marin DA Lori Frugoli noted changes she’s making in her department and new programs she’s initiating to respond to community needs. Allison Kustic, a student at Dominican University, made suggestions on how to reach younger women — a goal of our organization. Here is a list of the generous donors who sponsored this event. Thank you!

Judy Arnold
Laurel Druke
Stephanie Moulton-Peters
Lori Frugoli
Dotty LeMieux
Edward Denebein
Cynthia Koehler
Holli Thier
David Gabriel
Vicki Nichols
Bonnie Hough
Rachel Kertz
J. Bridget Gleason
Melissa Blaustein
Windi Snearly
Tamara Hull
Maika Gulati