women candidates

Congressional races in Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia, show women's continued engagement since President Donald Trump's election.
It has been suggested Clinton should stay out of the public eye. I couldn't disagree more.
Women and minorities are consistently underrepresented in public office.
It was unnecessary, as it clearly detracted from some otherwise good points Sanders was making about Clinton's record. And it played into the old attacks that female candidates have had to repeatedly face over the years.
WASHINGTON -- EMILY's List, a group dedicated to electing Democratic women to office, will announce Thursday that Boston
“The best part for me was meeting little girls,” Warren said. "And so every time I met a little girl, I would always drop
Why is women's political equality important? With more women at the table, we have more robust, inclusive dialogue about issues that matter not only to women but to families and all Americans.
Time to ignore the speed limit and speed around the roadblocks, girlfriends.
It's unclear whether Republican men are getting the message: a New Hampshire state lawmaker said in April that women don't
WASHINGTON -- EMILY's List, an advocacy group dedicated to electing Democratic women to office, hosted an awards dinner Tuesday
When Pat Spearman, an African-American, lesbian military veteran, ran against Nevada State Sen. John Lee, a conservative
We know women have to jump through hoops to do well at the polls -- be qualified, likable, warm, strong, competent, compassionate, polished but not too pretty -- and the list goes on. Time and again, we see women up for the challenge.
Since November 2012, House Republicans passed a bill that would ban abortions at 20 weeks of pregnancy, violating the Supreme
"In 2012, we elected the first caucus in history that’s more than half women, minorities or LGBT -- and our latest candidates
The hour will soon arrive when Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis (D) announces whether she will run for governor, and if she does, Texas politics will never be the same.
In the third experiment, another group of 95 students were asked to read about a female or a male candidate, though this
Women currently hold 428 (265 Democrats, 151 Republicans, 11 nonpartisan and 1 independent) of the 1,971 state Senate seats
Women currently hold 73 of the 435 seats in the House of Representatives. Four states -- Delaware, Iowa, Mississippi and