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Women grab back: exclusion, policy threat, and women’s political ambition

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November 30, 2023

Women grab back: exclusion, policy threat, and women’s political ambition

Previous work suggests that observing women officeholders increases women’s political ambition.

Previous work suggests that observing women officeholders increases women’s political ambition.

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USA: Why this year’s election was a big win for women

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USA: Why this year’s election was a big win for women

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Nearly 17 months after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, abortion rights supporters celebrated in Ohio after voters added the right to access abortion care to the state’s constitution.

Nearly 17 months after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, abortion rights supporters celebrated in Ohio after voters added the right to access abortion care to the state’s constitution.

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The Donor Gap: A Conversation on Campaign Contributions and Raising Women’s Political Voices

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The Donor Gap: A Conversation on Campaign Contributions and Raising Women’s Political Voices

Join the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) for a virtual conversation about CAWP’s new report, The Donor Gap: Raising W

Diane Feinstein, the ‘Year of the Woman,’ and the evolving landscape of Pa. politics

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October 4, 2023

Diane Feinstein, the ‘Year of the Woman,’ and the evolving landscape of Pa. politics

The death of U.S. Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.) calls to mind her election to the upper House in 1992, which is remembered as the Year of the Woman.

The death of U.S. Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-Calif.) calls to mind her election to the upper House in 1992, which is remembered as the Year of the Woman.

Most powerful women in Washington

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October 3, 2023

Most powerful women in Washington

Power is a concept synonymous with DC—in its symbolism, its offices, its people. Many Washingtonians hold power by virtue of their positions, titles, and affiliations.

Power is a concept synonymous with DC—in its symbolism, its offices, its people. Many Washingtonians hold power by virtue of their positions, titles, and affiliations.