They cite donations, marching in protests, and calling/communi-cating with local politicians...
...and they're ready to show up at the ballot boxes in November.
said they're more
politically active since the 2016 elections.
30% said they expect the economy to be "worse" over the next 12 months.
"I'm ready to burn it down, if women and people of color
continue to have their rights curtailed," one founder wrote.
These founders are politically energized—some are even
contemplating running for office: "If women are not represented
in our government, our needs will never be heard."
Co-founder and CEO of software startup Stratis
I became a citizen so I could specifically vote as opposed to just being on a green card.
of women founders
said they won't vote for Trump in 2020.
of respondents said
they have considered running for office.
Trump was never popular in this crowd, but he's losing support even from his 2016 voters. Only 15 women founders surveyed said they would vote for Trump in 2020.
I am now a committee person in Philadelphia. Baby steps.
Native of England and co-founder and CEO of glamping-tent startup Under Canvas