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Female Candidates Breaking Records In November Elections

Women are breaking records in the November Congressional elections. According to a study by the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), more women than ever are running for seats in the House of Representatives, and women are also on track to break the record for the number of female candidates to win their party’s [...]
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