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Recent News from The Mother PAC


A historic win

Thanks to the recent confirmation of Rep. Andrea Valderrama, Oregon’s House of Representatives is now majority women for the first time ever. Representation matters. Women and people of color have been left out of policy making for the majority of our state’s history. We should get a say in the policies that impact us most. …Read More »


Dance Like a Mother 2020

In 2020, we have to do things a little differently. It’s time to #DanceLikeAMother…at home! This year marks TEN YEARS of The Mother PAC. We’re so bummed that we can’t spend a night celebrating with you, dancing our problems away, and raising money for women, moms, and people of color running for office in Oregon. …Read More »


Come Dance Like a Mother!

Get your tickets now for The Mother PAC’s 6th Annual Dance Like a Mother! Over the last 10 years, we have significantly increased the number of women, mamas, and people of color holding elected office in Oregon — and we’re not done! 2020 is right around the corner. With your support, we’ll elect even more …Read More »


We’re going all in for Chrissy Reitz for SD 26

The Mother PAC has endorsed Chrissy Reitz for Senate District 26 because she will fight for the things that all families need. As a mother, former neonatal intensive care unit nurse, and a school board member, Chrissy understands what our families need. “For 8 years I was a neonatal intensive care nurse. This work gave …Read More »


Here’s why Anna Williams should be elected to HD 51

The Mother PAC has endorsed Anna Williams for House District 51 because she is committed to fighting for women and families. Anna will fight to protect a woman’s right to choose, and she’ll fight for the strong policies that women and families really need, like affordable, high-quality health care and child care. “As a social …Read More »