GKCWPC Leadership Open House
Marching and Walking



Thursday, January 25 at 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
All Souls, 4501 Walnut St
Kansas City, Missouri 64111


     Last year we joined thousands of women in Kansas City for the Women's March. We were so proud of that day, but to make real change it takes sustained effort. This year we need to go the extra miles and do some walking over the course of the year.


     The goal of the GKCWPC is to elect more progressive women from our metropolitan area than has ever been done before. We need more women in government because as they say, if you're not at the table, you're on the menu. It's not rocket science, but it does require planning and coordination.


     We would like to invite you to get more involved. We'll have an informal open house on January 11th to discuss what you can do. We need to fill some board positions, and we need all sorts of volunteers to put on our programs and events. And our endorsed candidates are going to need help with their campaigns, including walking the districts to reach out to voters.


     Please join us for an open house event to discuss leadership and volunteer opportunities for the year ahead. Come and find a good fit for you to make a difference. No experience required!


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Membership Meeting, Tuesday, January 16th
Gerrymandering: How It Works and
How It Can Effect Election Outcomes



Tuesday, January 16th
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Guest Speaker, Allen Rostron,
UMKC School of Law
Community Christian Church, Lower Level
4601 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64111



Please join the
Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus for a
joint meeting sponsored by AAUW
for this eye-opening program.

Guests are encouraged.

Please RSVP on Eventbrite.
Reserve Here!



Running for Office 101: Campaign School
Saturday, February 3rd



Running for Office 101: Campaign School
Saturday, February 3rd
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sylvester Powell Community Center
6200 Martway Street, Mission, KS  66202


Registration Required - Sign Up Here!


This workshop focused on candidates running in Kansas and Missouri is led by Kate Coyne-McCoy MSW, President of Campaign Fixer and has trained more than 8,000 candidates and assisted with hundreds of successful elections. She designed and implemented candidate trainings for Emily's List and for Harvard University while serving as the Fellow at the Women's Public Policy Program. Kate is a social worker, community organizer, and former candidate for congress.  This is for candidates or potential volunteers in Kansas or Missouri. 


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