How Women Candidates Navigate Sexism and Racism in Their Campaigns
Twenty-one-year-old Morgan Zegers, candidate for the 113th New York State Assembly District, says women who've previously run for office tell her not to wear pink and to use big words to sound smart.
Why a Mom Is Fighting for Legalization After Her Daughter's Overdose on Molly
Oxford schoolgirl Martha Fernback died of cardiac arrest following an accidental MDMA overdose when she was 15. Her mother, Anne-Marie Cockburn, wants to prevent the same thing happening to others.
Why a Female Politician Is Running for Office in Jordan as a Basket of Flowers
Jordanian parliamentary candidate Dr Alia Abu Haleel’s campaign posters have attracted controversy for featuring a basket of flowers instead of her actual face. Her campaign team explains why.
The Bolivian President Tried to Buy My Vote with Food
To build support for an upcoming referendum to determine if he would be allowed to run for a fourth term, President Evo Morales provided a feast to sway undecided voters.