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Emerge Pennsylvania has trained dozens of talented and driven women to run for office, but the driving force behind the organization are the board members and volunteers from all across the state who support the program.  Today, I spoke with Caitlin Handerhan from the northwest corner of Pa.

My father has lived in the United States for 37 years. He came here on the heels of the Vietnam War, as a refugee. He rarely shares details about war-torn South Vietnam, where he and his four older siblings were born and spent the first decades of their lives. I don’t blame him for being private about what he saw and escaped. Like many Americans, I can’t imagine what it’s like to live in a place where military-grade weapons and guerrilla warfare are commonplace.

EMERGE, A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR DEMOCRATIC WOMEN CANDIDATES, LAUNCHES PENNSYLVANIA CHAPTER

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