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Women Voters: The Key Element to Any Winning Election Formula

This continues to be an election year like no other. None of the typical rules apply, pollsters are scrambling and pundits are fumbling. But there is one thing that has remained constant. Politicians know they can't win without women voters, and that continued electoral might gives women the leverage we need to hold their feet to the fire on issues like equal pay, college affordability and campus safety, creating well-paying jobs, and access to birth control.
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