RedTracker| TIME Magazine lists 12 women and 28 men in its new generation of civic leaders. We would like to see more than 30% women on the list, but we celebrate the ones who are. TIME writes this this new generation of civic leaders is already at work trying to fix a broken system — and restore faith in the process. We will only add that there are some well-known children of politician parents on the list.
Two of the women on the list, Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D) is defending her South Dakota House Seat against a challenge from Republican Kristie Noem.
Women on the TIME magazine 40 Under 40 list include:
Huma Abedin,Deputy chief of staff to the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, Executive director, Democratic National Committee
Nikki Haley Republican candidate for governor in South Carolina
Jaime Herrera Republican House candidate in Washington
Ellie Boldman Hill Democratic state representative in Montana
Sarah Huckabee, Campaign manager, Republican John Boozman for Senate
Rachel Kleinfeld, CEO Truman National Security Project
Kristi Noem, Republican House candidate in South Dakota
Hannah Pingree, Democratic Speaker of the House, Maine state representative
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin, Democratic member US House of Representatives, South Dakota
Stephanie Schriock, President Emily’s List (devoted to electing Democratic Women)
Kyrsten Sinema, Democratic state legislator in Arizona