The National Women's Political Caucus of Metro St. Louis is a non-partisan, grassroots organization dedicated to increasing women's participation in the political process. In pursuing our mission, members identify, endorse and support women candidates, creating a true women's political power base to achieve equality for all women. We've helped elect women to the legislature as well as other state and local office.
When women run, women win.
Help local women get elected to office by becoming a new member or renew your membership today.
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The Policy Council is the decision-making body for the local chapter, leading the organization to pursue it's mission to recruit, train, and elect pro-choice women to public office.
The NWPC St. Louis Young Professionals engages young women in the political process, providing unique opportunities for networking, mentorship, training, and professional and personal development.
Need to find out more about the NWPC-STL and not sure where to turn? Start here with our frequently asked questions.
PROUD OF OUR HISTORY
The St. Louis chapter of the National Women’s Political Caucus was founded in 1971 by Susan Block, Betty Van Uum, Ora Lee Malone, Marcia Mellitz, Sally Barker and Vivian Eveloff after a speech by Bella Abzug. Sue Shear was the first candidate the Caucus recruited to run for a seat in the Missouri House.
In 2018, the local Caucus supported 29 winning women candidates.