Rebecca Traister, New Republic – June 25, 2014
So how do we catapult out of this cusp period? Having a woman in the White House would certainly help. But in advance of that, and perhaps just as crucially, other women in the Democratic Party need to do what they’ve so far shown no stomach for: They need to challenge Hillary Clinton for the nomination.
Ruth Marcus, Portland Post Herald – June 24, 2014
But to read the senator’s book, ‘A Fighting Chance,’ is to wonder: Why the heck not?
Dana Davidsen, CNN – June 23, 2014
Michelle Obama said Monday she’s “definitely” not jumping into politics, but suggested the United States might not be too far away from having its first woman commander in chief.
Ed Pilkington, The Guardian – June 21, 2104
American women face a tough battle as they seek to shatter the “highest, hardest glass ceiling” – the election of a female US president – because of the enduring double standards in politics, Hillary Clinton tells the Observer today.
Halimah Abdullah, CNN – June 4, 2014
The path to the presidency is especially challenging for Republican women and it contrasts sharply with Democrats who – as buzz grows around Hillary Clinton – may be poised to nominate the first female presidential candidate of either major party.