Submit a question for our Women Rule summit with Nancy Pelosi and others

By POLITICO Staff

We're putting together a full day of empowering discussions, high-impact networking and real talk with influential women at our Women Rule Summit on Dec. 10 — and we want your input.

What do you want us to ask? The full schedule includes:

A Conversation with Nancy Pelosi, one of the most powerful women in Washington. We’ll sit down with the California Democrat to talk about how she’s navigating the speakership, President Donald Trump and the upcoming 2020 elections.

A Conversation with Lara Trump: As some polls show GOP support among women could be waning, how is the Trump campaign working to close the gap? We’ll sit down with the senior campaign adviser and presidential daughter-in-law to get her take on 2020 politics, the search for the new “hidden” woman voter, and the challenge of doing it all while balancing the role of mom.

Women Behind the 2020 Campaign: There are more women running for president than ever before, but there’s still one slot that women have been all but shut out of in the 2020 cycle — campaign manager. This conversation will engage the top women 2020 campaign operatives discussing the challenges they’ve faced rising to the top and what needs to change in order to break that final glass ceiling:
– Symone Sanders, Team Biden
– Lis Smith, Team Buttigieg
– Laphonza Butler, Team Harris
– Alencia Johnson, Team Warren

After the Year of the Woman: Where Are We Now? More than 100 women were sworn in to the House of Representatives in 2019, shattering the record from a decade ago. What impact has this new wave of women made on one of the oldest American institutions? This conversation will bring Democratic and Republican women lawmakers together or into discuss the state of play in Congress and what still needs to change:
– Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN), Recruiting Chair, National Republican Congressional Committee
– Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-TX), Freshman Representative to Leadership
– Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL), Co-Chair, Blue Dog Coalition
– Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-IL)