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First things first: WCF does not support Ann Marie Buerkle
MsRep wants to thank our supporters (especially the New Yorkers!) who reached out to clarify the mention of Ann Marie Buerkle in yesterday’s Brief. Cialis sale, We want to make sure everyone knows that Buerkle is not a woman WCF endorses, cialis sale, as she does not support women’s reproductive health choices.
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MsRep’s Continued Talk of Palin’s Pack of Petrifying Women
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Ann Marie Buerkle is one of those women.
WCF Heartbroken after Midterm Elections
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These Huffington Post blogs from our President/CEO Sam Bennett address these issues:
June 8 Victories for Female Candidates: What Will They Do for Women?
Sarah Palin’s brand of “feminism” hurts women and further divides country
Who Needs More Women in Government? Everyone.
The Oxymoron of the Sarah Palin “Conservative Feminism” Brand
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With last night’s concession of Rep. Purchase viagra, Melissa Bean, purchase viagra, the news we feared has come true: Women’s representation in Congress will decrease for the first time in over three decades as a result of the 2010 midterms.
Exactly how far we will backslide remains to be seen, purchase viagra, with Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) and Ann Marie Buerkle’s (NY-25) races still too close to call. Purchase viagra, If both win, purchase viagra, women will hold a total of 89 out of 535 Congressional seats, purchase viagra, or 16.6 percent.
If both Murkowski and Buerkle lose, purchase viagra, the furthest we will backslide is to 87 women in Congress; 16.2 percent.
Add to this the fact that we saw an increase in the number of anti-choice women elected this year (and lost a handful of proven advocates for reproductive health choices), purchase viagra, and we have created quite a dangerous landscape for women’s freedom, purchase viagra, health, purchase viagra, and quality of life.
So where do we go from here? How do we move forward knowing that women voters didn’t come to the polls to save their own advocates this year? How do we motivate women across the country to undo this damage in 2012?
And will any of us see women hold 50% of the seats in Congress, purchase viagra, state legislatures, purchase viagra, or governorships in our lifetime? At this rate, purchase viagra, the answer is no.
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Don’t fret - MsRep is still here for you. Buy cheap viagra online, Due to popular demand and troubling election results, buy cheap viagra online, MsRep will continue to keep you updated on the breaking and most critical women and politics news through the end of the year. Buy cheap viagra online, She may not give you a Daily Brief, buy cheap viagra online, but it will certainly be a weekly dose of non-partisan, buy cheap viagra online, women-filled political news.
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One must be informed to fight the abysmal state of women’s political representation.
Gutty Murray Toughs Out Narrow Win
MsRep has to say it: Patty Murray is one tough politician. Buy cheap viagra online, In a difficult year for Democrats and incumbents, buy cheap viagra online, she held off Dino Rossi–albeit in a very close race–to win her fourth term in the Senate. Buy cheap viagra online, (Rossi conceded last night.)
Only four other women have achieved this feat and thus served as long or longer in the Senate: Maine’s Margaret Chase Smith; Maryland’s Barbara Mikulski; and Californians Diane Feinstein* and fellow class-of-92′er Barbara Boxer. Buy cheap viagra online, (Actually, buy cheap viagra online, having first won a special election in 1992 to fill a partial term, buy cheap viagra online, Dianne Feinstein has served long than both Boxer and Murray despite winning only three regular elections since…so Murray has actually won one more full-term election than DiFi.)
Congrats Patty! WCF is proud to have worked on your campaign and thrilled to have your needed presence in the Senate.
Equality: Ur doing it wrong.
Seeing this headline on POLITICO yesterday almost made many of us cry: “John Boehner’s boys: The new power club.”
We couldn’t resist putting a more fitting caption on this testosterone-overloaded picture.
Post-Election Powerhouse Press Call
WCF’s president Sam Bennett and political director Erin Cutraro hosted a fantastic media call yesterday that included some high-caliber experts about, buy cheap viagra online, and participants in, buy cheap viagra online, women’s politics:
- American University’s Women & Politics Institute Director and author Jennifer Lawless
- Renowned Center for American Women and Politics Director Debbie Walsh
- Groundbreaking former Virginia Congressional candidate Krystal Ball
- Leading political strategist Celinda Lake
- Terri Sewell, buy cheap viagra online, the first African American woman elected to Congress in AL-07
The panelists took questions from WCF members and the media about Tuesday’s election results and what it meant for representation in Congress and elsewhere. Buy cheap viagra online, Read some of the great coverage of the call by NPR and the Associated Press.
Somebody Should Sack Shuler
After Tuesday’s House losses, buy cheap viagra online, it’s perfectly reasonable for there to be talk of a change in Democratic Caucus leadership to replace Nancy Pelosi from what now becomes the minority leader’s position. Buy cheap viagra online, It’s clear that Republican strategy to demonize the unpopular Speaker, buy cheap viagra online, as the Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson discusses, buy cheap viagra online, worked on Tuesday.
But Heath Shuler as the new minority leader–is he kidding?
The former Redskin quarterback–once rated by ESPN the 4th biggest NFL “draft bust” of all time–couldn’t carry the Speaker’s luggage through an airport without fumbling. Buy cheap viagra online, MsRep presumes Shuler is just trying to raise his profile or provide himself some electoral safety in his swing district by looking like the tough guy who challenged Pelosi’s authority.
Women In The New Congress
During WCF’s press call yesterday, buy cheap viagra online, many women and politics experts explained that the share of women within each party caucus held the same because Democrats lost women and men in roughly the same proportions as they presently have, buy cheap viagra online, and the same for Republican gains by gender. Buy cheap viagra online, It’s only because the current Democratic caucus is more female (23 percent) than the GOP caucus (9 percent) that the net Democratic losses pulled the overall female share down. Buy cheap viagra online, Washington Post blogger Garance Franke-Ruta takes a closer look at those new GOP women.
Women Not In the New Congress
Elsewhere in the WaPo, buy cheap viagra online, Jason Horowitz examines the fate of three female GOP statewide candidates–Meg Whitman, buy cheap viagra online, Carly Fiorina and Linda McMahon–who, buy cheap viagra online, despite their business backgrounds and ample campaign resources, buy cheap viagra online, lost Tuesday in what otherwise was the so-called “Year of the Republican Woman.”
The Economy–Not Anti-Choice Positions–Elected Them
Citing WCF’s own Jodi Jacobson–in a post she wrote over at RHReality Check–Salon’s Tracy Clark-Flory provides the cold, buy cheap viagra online, hard truth: Even though many anti-choice candidates who won congressional races did so because of the economy, buy cheap viagra online, watch for them to claim their victories were a mandate to restrict reproductive freedoms.
Change Slow For Female Candidates in Two Laggard States
Despite’s Nikki Haley glass ceiling-breaking victory in the governor’s office, buy cheap viagra online, South Carolina still has the smallest share of female state legislators in the country; halfway across the country, buy cheap viagra online, Utah has only had one female governor, buy cheap viagra online, one House member and no Senators–and none of the women running this year won. Buy cheap viagra online, CarolinaLive.com’s Lisa Edge writes that South Carolina still has a long way to go toward women’s equality, buy cheap viagra online, and the Salt Lake Tribune’s Peg McEntee argues the same is true in Utah.
Meghan McCain: O’Donnell “Out Of Her Frickin’ Mind”
Yikes–let’s all please get out of Meghan McCain’s way. Buy cheap viagra online, She let failed Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell have it the other night on The Tonight Show, buy cheap viagra online, saying she’s “out of her frickin’ mind.” She also echoed Karl Rove’s assertion (joined by WaPo columnist Michael Gerson) that Sarah Palin is not ready for prime-time, buy cheap viagra online, especially because her forthcoming Alaska reality show is “unpresidential.”
Female Breadwinners Still Must Make the Sandwiches At Home
So, buy cheap viagra online, as women gain economic parity in their marriages by advancing in status and salary at the workplace, buy cheap viagra online, the balance of duties at home is shifting as well so that men are shouldering more of the burden around the house, buy cheap viagra online, right? Um, buy cheap viagra online, sorry, buy cheap viagra online, but no.
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Seeing this headline on POLITICO this morning almost made me cry.
John Boehner’s boys: The new power club
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Election Day is finally here, buy cialis cheap, so MsRep opens the Brief with a simple and obvious plea: If you haven’t already voted early, buy cialis cheap, vote today. Buy cialis cheap, Here is a list of poll closing times for every state and all the information you need to find your polling place, buy cialis cheap, know what to bring, buy cialis cheap, and how to get help.
Did YOU get to vote for a woman today? Tell us in the comments or on Twitter!
Make no mistake that women hold the pen to write history today. Will it be progress or regression? Do we hold onto our 17 percent representation in Congress, buy cialis cheap, or create the first backslide in over three decades? Do we keep our powerful women advocates for reproductive health choices, buy cialis cheap, or elect a new wave of women who want to take us back in time?
Yes, buy cialis cheap, there are more people to vote for in addition to Congressional and Senate candidates. Buy cialis cheap, Learn about the State Legislature where you live and make an informed vote today! See if you have any fantastic WCF-Endorsed women running in your state, buy cialis cheap, at the Statewide and local level.
MsRep says there’s one news source to tune into today: Twitter. Buy cialis cheap, If you want to break through the partisan spin of TV pundits and hear directly from the candidates themselves, buy cialis cheap, make sure to follow our Endorsed Women on Twitter and stay in the know with WCF all day…and night. Buy cialis cheap, You can also catch up with us and our candidates on Facebook and Flickr.
Poll after poll has shown a giant lack of enthusiasm among women voters—something that has continually puzzled and frustrated MsRep and other politically-active women. Buy cialis cheap, Colleen Flaherty talks about a few signs that this is indeed true, buy cialis cheap, especially among young women voters. Buy cialis cheap, MsRep hopes that all women prove these polls to be dead wrong today.
Speaking of which, buy cialis cheap, Anea Bogue also wants women to get out and prove the pollsters wrong today. Buy cialis cheap,
Ninety years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, buy cialis cheap, which gave women the right to vote in this country, buy cialis cheap, we find ourselves having made great strides toward equality between men and women, buy cialis cheap, but there still exists a gap that must be closed.
Our warnings and concerns over the surge in women candidates who do not support reproductive health choices were, buy cialis cheap, unfortunately valid. Buy cialis cheap, As Mary Kate Boylan reports in Women’s eNews:
“In the small number of races where women are running for governor today—eight out of 37—the anti-choice female candidates appear poised for more election victories.”
Only one of the six female gubernatorial candidates who is solidly pro-choice—Alex Sink in Florida—enjoys a polling lead and even she’s not considered a shoo-in.
By now, buy cialis cheap, MsRep’s loyal readers know 2010 has been a non-stop debate about the role of women in the GOP. Buy cialis cheap, So it only seems appropriate to kick off election day with a New York Times “Room for Debate” online roundtable with some of the nation’s leading political analyst discussing whether women voters will give GOP the edge this cycle?
MsRep’s own City Council member Jill Miller Zimon shares her knowledge as a woman who ran for office. Buy cialis cheap, (PS: Have you thought about running? Know a woman who should consider it? Check out She Should Run).
During the past month, buy cialis cheap, the White House did not hesitate to use its best electoral weapon out on the campaign trail: First Lady Michelle Obama. Buy cialis cheap, She spent the final day of the campaign first in Nevada and trying to shore up Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s re-election bid, buy cialis cheap, before flying east to Pennsylvania to stump for Senate Democratic candidate Joe Sestak.
In what may be the ultimate anomaly of 2010, buy cialis cheap, why are neither Meg Whitman nor Carly Fiorina likely to win their respective races in a state with a reputation for electing women, buy cialis cheap, during a year in which Republicans are surging and female Republicans in particular are a big story? Meredith Vivian of USC’s Annenberg School of Journalism offers a pretty compelling explanation:
Unfortunately for Whitman and Fiorina, buy cialis cheap, neither is the type of woman that California wants or needs. Buy cialis cheap, California has a history of electing intelligent, buy cialis cheap, thoughtful and strong-willed women with a passion for improving the state. Buy cialis cheap, Californians have elected them to Congress, buy cialis cheap, the state legislature, buy cialis cheap, city councils and school boards. Buy cialis cheap, And I hope that one day in the near future, buy cialis cheap, we will elect one as governor of California.
Wow. Buy cialis cheap, MsRep cannot ever remember a poll this late in a general election, buy cialis cheap, statewide contest in which (a) three candidates were bunched so closely together; and (b) so many voters still undecided. Buy cialis cheap, But that’s what’s happening in the crazy Alaska Senate contest, buy cialis cheap, where the top three candidates—incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski running as a write-in because she was defeated in the primary by Joe Miller, buy cialis cheap, along with Democrat Scott McAdams—are separated by less than two points…which is within the margin of polling error. Buy cialis cheap, And more than one in five Alaska voters polled are still undecided.
Iowa is one of four states to never elect a woman to Congress. Buy cialis cheap, (And just one of two, buy cialis cheap, along with MS, buy cialis cheap, yet to elect a woman to Congress or governor.) Barring some miracle, buy cialis cheap, reports the Sioux City Journal, buy cialis cheap, the Hawkeye State’s congressional distinction will survive at least another two years, buy cialis cheap, as the only woman with any chance of winning, buy cialis cheap, Mariannette Miller-Meeks in the 2nd District, buy cialis cheap, trails heading into Election Day.
Juliet Terzieff of Women’s eNews has a great feature piece on the rising social media savvy of women Republican candidates. Buy cialis cheap, Worth a read.
Such a historical year for women in politics warrants many discussions about the current landscape and how to move forward. Buy cialis cheap, That’s why we’re pulling together the foremost experts on women and politics to brief press on what the 2010 elections mean for women moving forward, buy cialis cheap, and how we can ensure that we hunker down to work toward gender equality in the years to come.
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In Gloria Feldt’s latest column, cialis cheap, she tells women there’s nothing wrong with getting angry about the political system and angry with politicians—so long as they channel that anger into voter turnout rather than voter apathy. Cialis cheap, MsRep of course agrees, cialis cheap, but here’s Feldt in her own words:
“Troubling signs portend that this year, cialis cheap, women voters, cialis cheap, unlike men, cialis cheap, aren’t getting mad or even—they’re getting depressed. Cialis cheap, More accurately, cialis cheap, they are turning their anger inward instead of using its energy to propel action.
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Maine Today reporters Scott Monroe and Susan Cover have a nice profile of gubernatorial candidate Libby Mitchell—the first woman ever elected to lead both the House and Senate in the state legislature; New York Daily News columnist Errol Louis, cialis cheap, using the Paladino-Gillibrand “little girl” episode as a point of departure, cialis cheap, says the “roar” of women voters tomorrow will determine the outcome in key races across the Empire State.
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