Danielle Paquette, Washington Post – July 13, 2015
In her sprawling speech, which touched on Wall Street and Internet competition and the sharing economy, Clinton dedicated more than 1,000 words to burdens disproportionately carried by women — a rarity in the context of policy addresses from front-running presidential candidates.
Andrew Tavani, Women in the World – June 16, 2015
Carly Fiorina, the only woman among the growing field of 2016 Republican candidates, visited The View on Tuesday morning for the show’s “Hot Topics” segment.
Rebecca Traister, New Republic – June 14, 2015
After this weekend, we know quite a bit more about how Hillary Clinton is going to campaign for president in 2016. What’s most startling is that she’s going to be running as a version of herself she’s been running from for more than two decades.
Anne Gearan, Washington Post – May 27, 2015
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton accused Republicans and business interests Wednesday of turning a blind eye to unequal pay and advancement opportunities for working women and said she isn’t “afraid to take them on.”
Noël Duan, Yahoo! – April 24, 2015
The biggest star in New York last night wasn’t a supermodel or an award-winning actress or one of the most powerful fashion designers in the world—it was presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton.
Lauren Gambino, The Guardian – April 23, 2015
Having pledged to be the champion of everyday Americans, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton came out swinging during a speech in New York on Thursday night…
Evan Halper, Los Angeles Times – April 20, 2015
Hillary Rodham Clinton waited until the day of her concession speech the last time she ran for president to put the glass ceiling at the center of her campaign.
New America – April 20, 2015
Where are the women and how will they vote? With Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid now official, the airwaves are thick with some version of or variation on this question.