Neha Ghandi, Refinery 29 – September 18, 2015
We recently sat down with Clinton to talk about what kind of leader she wants to be, why she’s adding campus sexual assault to the list of vital issues all candidates should be talking about, and why women’s issues aren’t just for women — but, rather, for every American.
Danielle Paquette, Washington Post – August 18, 2015
The women who support Sanders, a vocal minority, appear to be drawn to his liberal and anti-corporate views, his hippie David to Clinton’s Goliath. They’re also conflicted about abandoning, for now, the dream of a woman in the White House.
Kristen Heinzinger, Glamour – August 12, 2015
For the next 15 months, Glamour editors will be extra busy. The title just announced that it will be offering unbiased, bipartisan coverage of the 2016 presidential election via a new platform, The 51 Million, led by editors and political contributors. The name? It represents the 51 million women under 45 who will be eligible to vote next year, a record high according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Husna Haq, Christian Science Monitor – August 4, 2015
White women are the one demographic Hillary Rodham Clinton may have thought she had locked in for her 2016 Democratic primary race. But a new poll shows the once-presumed Democratic front-runner is losing support across the board, most noticeably among this group.