Richard Eisenberg, Forbes – October 6, 2016
“Everyone talks about important voting groups this election, but no one talks about boomer women,” Democratic pollster Celinda Lake said at a Politico/AARP panel in Washington, D.C., today. “They will be the Rodney Dangerfield — or maybe the Rachel Dangerfield — of this election. Well, there was plenty of talk about these voters at the panel, called Boomer Women and the Election: What’s at Stake.
Donald Critchlow, New York Post – May 15, 2016
Never before in American political history have two presumptive presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, entered the general election with such soaring high negative numbers.
Eric Bradner, CNN – August 18, 2015
Hillary Clinton got an opportunity to talk pay equity Tuesday at a Las Vegas town hall when a young girl asked her about how her pay if she’s elected president might stack up to her all-male predecessors.
Reuters – August 17, 2015
Hillary Clinton has told the AFL-CIO she wants to improve Social Security benefits for women and lower-income seniors, offering a glimpse of the Democratic presidential front-runner’s thinking on a topic she has rarely addressed on the campaign trail.
Michelle Goldberg, The Nation – July 13, 2015
The speech focused on all that’s lost when women are forced out of the workplace by inadequate leave and childcare policies, without any wishy-washy obeisance to the glories of housewifery.