Snakes on flags.
What’s up with the Gadsden flag? A free episode of Electable’s “No Dumb Questions” series.
Electable is a new online membership site that helps women and non-binary people run, win and lead in local public office, particularly in the so-called “flyover states.” Co-founder Caitlin Copple Masingill became the first openly queer person elected to the Missoula City Council in 2012. Her passion for electing women to local public office led her to join forces with Dr. Christina Barsky to create Electable. Dr. Barsky is a faculty member in the Department of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Montana where she works with the current and future generations of public servants on solving complex public challenges, particularly when it comes to voting rights and electoral integrity.