Mark Hensch, The Hill – August 9, 2015
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said on Sunday that some detractors dislike former secretary of State Hillary Clinton because she’s a woman. Sanders argued that gender drives many of the attacks against his opponent for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
Philip Rucker, Washington Post – July 18, 2015
[Clinton] said some critics ask why she talks about such issues as paid sick days, the minimum wage and child care. “There she goes again with the women’s issues,” Clinton said, mocking her critics. “Well, I’m not going to stop,” Clinton said. “So get ready for a long campaign.”
Darrell Delamaide, Market Watch – July 1, 2015
Presidents are picked for policies, not for gender, age or ethnicity.
Susan Page, USA Today – June 16, 2015
In New Hampshire, at least, there seems to be a contest brewing for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Bob Kinzel and Sam Gale Rosen, VPR – June 12, 2015
Former Vermont Gov. Madeleine Kunin strongly supported Clinton in 2008 and is enthusiastically backing her again this year. She joined Vermont Edition to talk about the campaign.
The Inquisitr – May 31, 2015
Bernie Sanders has found himself in a mini-controversy of late after an essay he wrote on gender stereotypes in 1972 was unearthed by the media.