The Moorhead Area Women’s Political Caucus was formed in the early 1970s. It was connected with the Minnesota’s Women’s Political Caucus and the National Women’s Political Caucus. The goals of the organization were to get women involved in politics and to elect women to public office. The organization also worked against discrimination of women.
This collection covers the early period of the Moorhead Area Women’s Political Caucus, specifically the first half of 1972 when it was being organized as a functioning group. These papers include: the caucus’ constitution, Fact Sheet from the Minnesota Women’s Political Caucus, meeting notices and bulletin, and the Majority Report which was the caucus’ official bulletin.