~~November 7, 2016~~
WOMEN AND ELECTIONS
We did it in 2012.
We will do it again in 2016.
A glass ceiling was broken at the Democratic National Convention with the nomination of the first woman for President of the United States.
The same thing will happen tomorrow.
There has been much discussion about the demographic makeup of the 2012 electorate, and one thing is clear: Women’s voices determined the outcome of the election.
Across the board, women made the difference.
Here are seven key facts about women voters and the gender gap in the 2012 elections.
Women were the majority of voters
The gender gap grew to 10 points
Women decided the 2012 election
The gender gap extends beyond women of color
The top issues for women were the economy and a candidate who will fight for them
Extreme remarks and candidates changed the debate
Abortion and women’s health issues played a real role
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