The National Organization for Women Political Action Committee will mark Women’s History Month with a press conference at the landmark Sewall-Belmont House, historic home of the National Woman’s Party, on Wednesday, March 28. NOW PAC Chair Kim Gandy and a special guest will make a major announcement regarding the 2008 election.
“The NOW PAC is excited to close out Women’s History Month with news that’s sure to energize women’s rights supporters across the nation,” said Gandy. “The 2008 election is critical to turning this country around, and NOW PAC is committed to pointing the U.S. in the direction of equality, justice and opportunity.”
What: NOW PAC 2008 Election Announcement
NOW PAC Chair Kim Gandy
NOW PAC officers and members
Women’s rights activists
Wednesday, March 28
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Sewall-Belmont House & Museum
144 Constitution Ave. (at 2nd Street) NE, Washington, D.C.
For 30 years, NOW PAC has worked tirelessly to help elect feminist candidates to federal office through grassroots organizing, activist volunteers and direct candidate support. NOW PAC seeks to increase the number of women’s rights supporters serving in our government for the purpose of achieving full equality for women.