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Bridge the Gap

Center-right women are less likely to run for elected office. The party structure lacks the apparatus to help them.

The Pocketbook Project fills that gap. We provide resources for candidates who support equality, the free market, fiscally responsible spending and transparency in government.

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Campaign Effectively


Campaigning 101 & COVID: Part 1

We sit down with Stephanie Fattman, Register of Probate of the Worcester Probate and Family Court, and Kim Healy, former candidate for the CT State Senate in the 26th District to discuss how to launch a campaign and make voter contact during this pandemic.

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Listen and Discuss

Women on the right need a safe space to discuss politics, policy and news, and ownership over the fact that it is ok to agree to disagree. It is our First Amendment right to free speech. Before we can even out the number of women in our local, state, & federal governments, we need to empower women to feel comfortable and confident discussing these and other topics.

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