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Senator Kamala Harris is not only qualified, she has the experience to lead. Biden selecting her at this pivotal moment in our nation’s history will demonstrate the power of Black women. Higher Heights is giving Black women the tools to be informed, engaged and to take action to support Senator Harris’s historic candidacy.
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Higher Heights for America PAC

Higher Heights for America PAC is the only political action committee exclusively dedicated to electing more progressive Black women at the federal and statewide levels and as mayors in the 100 most populated U.S. cities.
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16M

Number of Black women who are eligible to vote

67% are registered.

24

Number of Black women serving in the U.S. House of Representatives

This is the most ever. But we still account for just 4.1% of all House members while being 6.8% of the population.

8%

Percent of assets donated by Black households to charity

Compared to the 2% donated by their White counterparts. Imagine if we committed a small percentage of this to political giving.

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Desiree Tims

For US House Representative, OH-10

Higher Heights for America PAC is proud to endorse Desiree Tims to represent Ohio’s 10th Congressional District.

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Lucy McBath

For US House Representative, GA-6

The Congresswoman proudly represents Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. Representative McBath became the first Democrat to represent the district since it moved to…

Portrait of  For US House Representative, IL-14

Lauren Underwood

For US House Representative, IL-14

Congresswoman Lauren Underwood serves Illinois’ 14th Congressional District. Lauren is the first woman, the first person of color, and the first millennial…

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