All Posts Tagged With: "Women voters"
The 2012 election might be remembered as the election of women. Women have historically been one of President Obama’s key voting blocs and once again voted for him in large numbers helping him to fend off white male defections and the loss of some of his independent supporters. Women also played a big role in [...]
In Ohio, women are out trying to find voters in their homes, churches and community centers in nine cities to make sure as many voters as possible attain the proper ID. The women do not want voters to arrive on Election Day and not be able to cast their ballots. A large number of black [...]
After the naming of Paul Ryan by Mitt Romney, as his running mate, many groups that focus on issues related to minorities started to look into the record of the seven-term Wisconsin lawmaker. The groups wanted to find out what Ryan would mean to women, blacks and Hispanics, gays and the working poor. In a [...]