The Reseau National des Femmes Candidates, an affiliate of the Haiti Democracy Project, has already recruited enough candidates, if elected, to fill one-quarter of the national legislature. These forty candidates comprise more than one-quarter of the legislature’s 149 seats. The campaign’s goal is to have at least one woman running for every seat in the legislature. The campaign has also lined up ten more to run for local office and 1,589 volunteers to get out the vote on election day. All this on the overflowing budget of $2,947 since February 2018. In reality by the hard labor of Wiselaine Dorcélus, coordinator, who has criss-crossed the country setting up training camps. She is a former election observer for the Haiti Democracy Project and expects herself to run for the legislature from the Nord-Est Department.