While women-focused political action committees have slowly helped move Democratic women into elected office for the past few decades, a new group on the left founded by Sen. Bernie Sanders' supporters is looking to expand the slate of women candidates who earn early endorsements and big-dollar donations. And on the right, another new PAC, backed by some of the GOP's most prominent benefactors, is looking to capitalize on the moment to promote conservative women in a party that has long rejected identity politics.