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Donald Trump on Women Voters: “Maybe They Don’t Get What is Going On”, Women Senate candidates winning the fundraising battle

The battle for women voters Radio Iowa Both campaigns are making direct appeals to that block of women voters. President Obama’s campaign has been running ads in Iowa featuring women criticizing Republican rival Mitt Romney’s vow to end federal funding of Planned Parenthood.

Are stereotypes about women voters wrong? video.foxnews.com Amelia Chasse on why issues important to women may not be what is being portrayed in some …

Why Paul Ryan is bad for women – The War Room … current.com “This nomination more than anything else is going to send independents running to the Democrats …

Obama says election is crucial to women’s rights … shreveporttimes.com 1 min Appealing to a key constituency, President Obama said today that this year’s election could …

2012 Election & War on Women: Economy vs … popscreen.com 4 min Kellyanne Conway of The Polling Company and Anna Greenberg of Greenberg Quinlan …

Obama, Romney court women voters | Video … mansfieldnewsjournal.com 2 min Republican candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are making the hard sell to …

Ann Coulter on Hannity: Obama pandering to stupid … youtube.com 6 min Ann Coulter was on fire last night. This is the second part of her time on Hannity. She slammed …

Campaigns Vie for Virginia Voters, Especially Women … youtube.com 11 min Undecided voters in northern Virginia are likely to determine which candidate wins Old …

Ad wars aim for stay-at-home moms Politico “It’s housewives, mothers, unemployed or looking for work and work-at-home women. That’s why the campaigns are going there.” Political ads have appeared on daytime TV in previous elections, but this year the volume of ads is up.

Donald Trump on Women Voters: “Maybe They Don’t Get What is Going On” Opposing Views While GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney tries to curry favor with female voters, his surrogate Donald Trump may have just pushed more female votes to President Obama.

Democratic National Convention: Where Are the Women? Huffington Post (blog) We could also see a banner year for Democratic women in the U.S. Senate. In addition, there is a contested woman versus woman Democratic primary for the corner office in New Hampshire, a bellwether state for the presidential election.

Our Next US Senator, Brought To You By The Women Of Connecticut Hartford Courant When I see the latest Linda McMahon ad, the one that reveals her as a thoughtful listener who “feels like your next door neighbor,” I’m reminded of a few prominent male Republicans who have told me that women close to them will never vote for her.

Madeleine Albright: Women are going to make a difference in the election Examiner.com Madeleine Albright, U.S. Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton, is supporting President Barack Obama’s reelection because he has proven to be a strong advocate for women and a strong and steady leader in the eyes of the world.

Report: Just over a quarter of NJ lawmakers are women The Star-Ledger – NJ.com TRENTON — Two years after only the second woman was elected to a statewide executive position in New Jersey, women still represent slightly more than a quarter of New Jersey’s lawmakers, according to a report released today by Rutgers University.

Historic Number of Women on Ballots Could Lead to Historic Year for Female … RH Reality Check (blog) The 2012 Project, a national non-partisan campaign sponsored by the Center for Women in Politics that was formed in response to the unprecedented drop in women lawmakers after the 2010 election, has been encouraging and supporting women …

Paul Ryan and Women, Hispanic, Senior Citizen Voters About – News & Issues With his addition of Paul Ryan to the Republican presidential ticket, Mitt Romney has made quite clear that the goals, aspirations, and needs of women, senior citizens and Hispanics (as well as college students, African-Americans, labor union members …

Women Voters the White House’s Secret Weapon? Christian Broadcasting Network First lady Michelle Obama appeared, Thursday, for the first time with the president this campaign season. During a stop in Iowa, she teased him about what he’d been eating, showing the crowd another side of her husband. “Did you have a fried Twinkie?

Women Senate candidates winning the fundraising battle Politico Democrats are winning the so-called War on Women, at least when it comes to fundraising. The 12 Democratic women running for Senate this fall have raised a combined $110 … Their cash advantage is fueled by liberal donors looking to secure seats in …

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