Ever wonder what it would be like to go beyond your comfort zone and run for office at 26 years old? Or what it would be like, as a young woman, to be elected Minority Leader of your state’s Senate? Or, maybe you’re like me and just want to discover how Capri Cafaro has managed to succeed in politics while remaining down to earth and never compromising on her femininity.
At 10 years old, Capri Cafaro was campaigning for (the senior) Bush. At 15 years old, she was on her way to Stanford, where she majored in American studies. By the time she was 19, she was studying for her Master’s at Georgetown University while interning on the Hill. Running for office at 26, against an incumbent who was 30 years her elder, was therefore pretty standard practice in Capri’s guide book.Read More