women in politics
The campaign manager for a Nevada incumbent said his candidate lost to his female opponent because of "societal factors" that he claims made voters favor women in 2018.
Nevada's 80th legislative session kicked off Monday with 32 women serving in the Legislature — and only 31 men.
The final installment of “She’s Running,” out with a special edition to wrap up the midterms and the “Year of the Woman 2.0.”
Incoming Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's worn-out sneakers will be part of "Women Empowered: Fashions from the Frontline," an upcoming exhibition at Cornell University's Costume and Textile Collection.
In the fourth episode of "She's Running," see what it was like to win and lose on Tuesday.
We also asked a cross-section of female politicians to name the women who had served as political inspiration.
More women than ever are running for political office. Sign up for our newsletter following them.
Politicians have long demonized single mothers. This year, they’re taking back the ballot.
Republican Gov. Phil Bryant will reportedly appoint state Agriculture Commissioner Cindy Hyde-Smith to the Senate on Wednesday.
Helping the women who deserve to lead gain the backing they need to win will amount to a 22-seat gain in Congress by the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage.
“I never wanted to do this, but it needs to be done, and people need to be doing whatever they can," says Chrissy Houlahan.