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VPC LAUNCHES NEW DATA WEBSITE ON POLITICAL POWER OF UNMARRIED WOMEN

July 16th, 2015

“VPC DATA CENTER” PROVIDES FRESH ANALYSIS AND SHAREABLE GRAPHICS ON UNMARRIED WOMEN, THE FAST-GROWING VOTING BLOC THAT IS CHANGING THE ELECTORAL MAP The Voter Participation Center today launched the VPC Data Center, a timely website that aggregates the latest data and research on the social, economic and political lives of unmarried women. There have never […]


Statement by Page Gardner on the Supreme Court King v Burwell case

June 25th, 2015

“Today’s decision by the Supreme Court is a shot in the arm for Americans—especially those who need healthcare coverage the most and are least able to afford it. The Supreme Court’s decision in King v Burwell will continue to make health care affordable for historically under-represented Americans. But we have a long way to go. […]


Voter Participation Center Names Mark Glaze as Executive Director

June 17th, 2015

Washington, DC—Mark Glaze, the former head of the nation’s largest gun safety group, has been named Executive Director of Voter Participation Center (VPC), the non-profit, non-partisan organization that is spearheading a national campaign to register and turn out unmarried women and other historically underrepresented groups in America. Glaze will also manage VPC’s sister organization, Women’s Voices […]


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