Here Are the Top Five Things We Learned From the Midterms

Election exit polls always tell important stories. This year, however, those stories may be especially important for what they can tell us about the 2020 race for president.

All of the votes from last Tuesday haven’t even been counted yet, but already people are turning their attention to the 2020 election. read more

Last Night A Record Number of Women Were Elected to Congress

The 2018 midterm elections will be remembered as The Year of the Woman in more ways than one.

Certainly a major factor is that record numbers of women voters in urban and suburban areas gave control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats. read more

A New ‘Pink Resistance’ Is Transforming American Politics Forever

Conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin, a longtime Republican, warned her party on Tuesday that Donald Trump has “unleashed a pink resistance that will transform American politics forever.”

‘Blue wave’ or ‘left-wing mob’? Anti-Trump fervor fuels a new movement aimed squarely at winning elections. neither: the pink resistance read more

Due to Trump, Millions of Women Have Left the Republican Party Forever

Donald Trump’s election has clearly pushed independent and Democratic women into action, resulting in record numbers of women running for office, and huge numbers of women doing political organizing and becoming activists for the first time. read more

After Kavanaugh, Women’s Groups Focus on Midterms

Advocates for sexual assault survivors and women’s rights have been energized by the fight against Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. Now that the fight is over they are focusing their energy on the November midterm elections. read more

The Incredible Untapped Power of Single Women Voters

When Democrat Ralph Northam was elected as the Governor of Virginia, the election results highlighted a very powerful but as yet under-utilized political force:  single women.

In cruising to a surprisingly easy victory Northam received an astounding 77 percent of the votes of unmarried women. And although these women make up 26 percent of the adult population, they comprised just 16 percent of the voters in the Virginia election. read more

Historic Margin Among Women Voters Gives Clinton Massive Lead In New National Poll

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Clinton leads by 9 points nationally and a whopping 19 points among women.