Kamala Harris Says Passing Equal Rights Amendment Will Be High Priority of Her Presidency

Kamala Harris Says Passing Equal Rights Amendment Will Be High Priority of Her Presidency

Kamala Harris Says Passing Equal Rights Amendment Will Be High Priority of Her Presidency

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris said at an Iowa campaign stop, we must pass the ERA and it would be "one of her first orders of business." I don't know the total poll votes, but 86% of Marie Claire respondents say PASS THE ERA.

Arizona could be the 38th state, now that more Dems are in the legislature. There is a 38 mile march scheduled for Arizona Mar. 11-13, ending at the state capitol.

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Kamala Harris Eyes March 3, 2020 California Primary | Early Voting Timed With Iowa + New Hampshire

Harris in Los Angeles with beneficiaries of the DREAM Act—which the senator has made a priority to protect. Photographed by Zoe Ghertner, Vogue , April 2018

Harris in Los Angeles with beneficiaries of the DREAM Act—which the senator has made a priority to protect. Photographed by Zoe Ghertner,Vogue, April 2018

As America readies another presidential election season and trained journalists are talking Iowa and New Hampshire — two states that do not at all mirror the voter makeup of America or the wins of the 2018 mid-terms — Sen. Kamala Harris is beating down door in California. Not content with a wait and see strategy, Senator Harris is locking down endorsements and financial contributions in her new Super Tuesday March 3 primary state — and her home state — that could give her an enormous edge in winning the Democratic nomination. The decision of California to move up its primary from being last in the country makes it suddenly very relevant.

If she has anything but stellar success in California, writes Politico, her presidential aspirations for 2020 could end quickly. Kamala Harris has a true political machine in California and no home-state challengers. Not that Harris isn’t busy making appearances out of California.

In particular, she’s courting voters in another Super Tuesday state — South Carolina. If Biden runs, he does have close relationships with African American voters in the South Carolina, but it’s pretty inconceivable that African American women won’t break big for Sen. Harris in South Carolina.