Gender and Politics in the media

Is the media too poll-obsessed? Events to honor New Mexico suffragists

American Indian Civil Rights Conference Says Women Key Indian Country Today Media Network.com It was a conference on the complexities of American Indian civil rights, but it carried a timeless admonition that civil rights are human rights as expressed in a principled way of life, a message often conveyed by women, “The earth is our mother 

Events to honor New Mexico suffragists Santa Fe New Mexican.com As Women’s Equality Day approaches Aug. 26, events are planned around Northern New Mexico this month to honor New Mexicans who fought to secure women’s right to vote.

Romney campaign working hard for women’s vote kwgn.com LITTLETON – Two years ago, when Sen. Michael Bennet narrowly defeated Republican Ken Buck in Colorado to survive the nation’s Tea Party tidal wave, it was because he clobbered Buck with women voters.

Chair Of DNC In Colorado To Talk To Women Voters CBS Local DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado will play a key role in this year’s presidential election as it’s one of a few battleground states. There are many polls as well as feedback from analysts that suggest women will decide this year’s presidential election.

What Ryan Means to Women, Blacks and Hispanics Daily Political After the naming of Paul Ryan by Mitt Romney, as his running mate, many groups that focus on issues related to minorities started to look into the record of the seven-term Wisconsin lawmaker.

Is the media too poll-obsessed? CBS News Dutton leads CBS News’ own polling operations, which published a poll with Quinnipiac and The New York Times earlier this month that found women helped propel Obama in the swing states of Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania. To get a sense of who would 

Donald Trump: Women ‘Don’t Get What Is Going On’ With Obama (VIDEO) Huffington Post Donald Trump said women may like President Barack Obama because they “don’t know him” and “don’t get what’s going on.” “Maybe [women] don’t know him,” Trump said during a phone interview on Wednesday’s “On The Record” with Greta van Susteren. “Maybe they don’t get what is going on. And I still think that this is not going to be a popularity contest, it’s going to be a contest based on jobs.”

Donald Trump: Politically, maybe women ‘don’t get what’s going on’ New York Daily News When host Greta van Susteren asked Trump what he thought of polls showing that women really do like President Obama, the business magnate suggested that perhaps their ignorance prevents them from seeing things the way he does.

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