2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, extending the right to vote to women. However, equal voting rights were not granted for all women, the ongoing fight to vote continues today.

California is the third worst state when it comes to women’s voter registration. Only 127 women hold seats in the United States Congress, comprising 23.7% of its 535 members.

We can change this. Join our W Challenge community and raise your voice to expand our representation. Check your voter registration status at the California Secretary of State’s website or  find your Department of Elections or Secretary of State website through the U.S. Vote Foundation. (The San Francisco Department of Elections site is here)


How do I take the 2020 W Challenge?

STEP 1 of W Challenge | wchallenge.org | @carmenchusf

Join us virtually on Women’s Equality Day!

To celebrate Women’s Equality Day on August 26, 2020, San Francisco Assessor Carmen Chu had an in-depth conversation with Mayor London Breed to discuss how their personal experiences as women of color guided their decision making and leadership styles, as well as their commitments to  promoting voting rights, racial equity and civic engagement.

If you missed it, check out our video below:

STEP 2 of W Challenge | wchallenge.org | @carmenchusf

Join the W Challenge social media campaign

The 2020 W Challenge will lead a 10-week social media campaign to spotlight the 100 years of women leaders before us. Join our W Challenge network of partner organizations here to receive more details!  The final 100 will be announced on Women’s Equality Day!

STEP 3 of W Challenge | wchallenge.org | @carmenchusf

Ask Others to Join You for the #WChallenge

Share  on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! Tag Assessor Carmen Chu (@CarmenChuSF) and #WChallenge to encourage others to take the W Challenge.


 #WChallenge Kick Off in 2018

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