Presidential Gender Watch 2016 takes a research-based approach to understanding and analyzing gender dynamics in the presidential election. Our team draws from a wealth of information and scholarship collected by our partner organizations, as well as other experts.
The first woman candidate for
president of the United States
ran 143 years ago.
Learn more about the women who have run for president and vice president on our facts page.
What does it mean to be an “executive” woman?
This volume edited by Dr. Melody Rose explores women’s pathways to and performance in executive office in the United States.
The Keys to Elected Office are different for women and men.
See the latest report from the Barbara Lee Family Foundation to learn more.