“Kathy Miller brings the kind of leadership we need in the State Assembly,” said Karriann Farrell Hinds, President. “She has stood up for reproductive freedom, equality and an end to discrimination while working to find ways to bring our communities together. Kathy has championed access to quality healthcare, improving schools, creating high wage jobs and advocating for pay equity. Her experience is invaluable during these uncertain times.”
Spurred by Congress’ failure to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in 1970, NWPC’s founding members believed legal, economic and social equity would come about only when women were equally represented among the nation’s political decision-makers. Founded in 1971, NWPC California is a grassroots organization dedicated to increasing women’s representation and participation in our political system.
“Having the strong support of NWPC California means a great deal to me,” said Kathy Miller. “NWPC California and I share many of the same values of equality, justice and public policy that improves the lives of every Californian. I am looking forward to working with NWPC California and others in ensuring we advance policies that improve the lives of women and families across our state and nation.”
NWPC California is the latest in a groundswell of support behind Miller’s campaign for Assembly District 13, which includes the California Federation of Teachers, Emily’s List, the California Women’s List, the California Democratic Party, Planned Parenthood Advocates Mar Monte, the California School Employees Association, State Treasurer Fiona Ma, Assemblywoman Susan Eggman, Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs, and others.
The general election will be held on November 3, 2020.