Lillian’s List Featured Candidates are champions for reproductive freedom and equity for women. These women have been trained to run modern campaigns and are running in districts where there is a path to victory. We hope you’ll support our 2018 Featured Candidates!

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Sydney Batch is running in House District 37 in Wake County. This is one of the only open seats in the state and Sydney needs you if she’s going to win.  
For the past five years, Christy Clark has been dedicated to working in gun violence prevention as a volunteer leader for Moms Demand Action.
 Leslie Cohen is enthusiastically running for House District 20 to fight for a better environment, more funding for public schools, and to bring the film industry back to NC.
Ashton Clemmons needs all of us on her side if she is going to be elected to House District 57 in November.
Allison Dahle has experience in just about every sector.  We are so happy to say that Allison won her primary campaign. This is considered a safe seat in the General Election and we wish her the best in the general.
 Rachel Hunt is known as an education advocate for all of North Carolina’s children.
As both a lawyer and university administrator, Terri LeGrand has spent her life advocating for families.
Jen’s community efforts are focused on advocacy for teachers and students. Jen has the highest respect for the teaching profession and knows that teachers are a vital piece of a flourishing district and state.
 We supported Natasha Marcus when she ran for office in 2014 and are completely behind her in 2018. Support Natasha today!
 A small business owner, mother, and community leader, Lisa Mathis is a longtime resident of Sanford, NC, where she is an advocate for education, jobs, and economic growth.
Erica McAdoo is running for House 63 to beat Rep. Stephen Ross.
Marcia Morgan’s time as an educator and member of the armed forces have both taught her that the best way to reach an objective is often through collaboration, cooperation, and communication.
For the last several years, Helen Probst Mills has been an over-committed volunteer in the Pinehurst community.
Rep. Richardson’s district was redrawn by the conservative legislators specifically to make it harder for her to be re-elected in November.
We’re excited to have Rhonda Schandevel as a Featured Candidate for the second time! A former school board member, in 2016 she was the top progressive vote-getter in her campaign for House 118 and we know she has the chops to win in 2018.
Martha Shafer is running for House District 62 in Guilford County to defeat Rep. John Faircloth.
Kandie Smith was the first African-American woman to become the mayor of Greenville, North Carolina.
 Julie von Haefen, a PTA leader at the school, county and state level and a fierce advocate for North Carolina’s public school.