Women for Van Hollen is a coalition of Maryland women in support of Chris Van Hollen to be our next Senator because they know that Chris will protect and advance the issues they care most about – just as he always has.

Yvette Lewis Former Chair, Maryland Democratic Party

“Chris Van Hollen is at the forefront of women’s issues. He knows that when women succeed this country succeeds… There is no question our state would be best served by Chris Van Hollen in the U.S. Senate.”

Rosalyn Levy Jonas Former Board Chair, NARAL Pro-Choice America

“Chris Van Hollen is the leader Maryland needs and women deserve. His wealth of experience and effective leadership places him head and shoulders above the rest of the field. For women’s rights, Chris Van Hollen is a hero. This wonderful public servant should be Maryland’s next Senator.”

Susan Burke Women’s Rights Advocate, Baltimore

“As a longtime advocate for women’s rights – and especially for survivors of sexual assault in the military – I know that Chris Van Hollen is uniquely committed to our cause and will be a champion for women everywhere as our next U.S. Senator.”

Chris has always understood that women’s issues must be everyone’s issues. He knows that women’s equality, equal pay, economic security, health care access, affordable childcare, and work/life policies – all make for stronger families, stronger communities and a stronger Maryland.

That’s why Chris has led the fight for progress on so many of these issues over the years in the Maryland legislature and in the Congress. And that’s why he has a 100% lifetime rating from Planned Parenthood, NARAL Pro-Choice America and the American Association of University Women.

Women of all ages, backgrounds, and from all across our state, know that Chris will protect and advance the objectives they care most about – because that’s what he has always done.

I hope you will join us as we work together to elect Chris to the Senate and to move Maryland – and our country — forward in a way that makes a real difference for women and their families.


Katherine Van Hollen