Women, wages, wealth, health: Power at the polls must translate to policy change

During the 2018 elections, a record number of women engaged in the political process, many for the first time. They ran for office, turned out to vote and flexed their civic engagement muscles. Nearly two-thirds of all competitive state legislative races had at least one woman on last November’s ballot. Representation is critically important. Fresh leadership means a fresh look at the issues. Read Jennifer Owen’s full guest column on at SaportaReport.

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