The Future of Republican Women in Office
looks at whether the Republican congresswoman is an endangered species, while
profiles a new GOP women's group hoping to prevent that from happening.
Still "Unbought and Unbossed"
Vanessa Williams writes in
The Washington Post
about how Shirley Chisholm's famous campaign slogan is still relevant 50 years later.
The New York Times
profiled three women military veterans, all graduates of the United States Naval academy, who are campaigning for seats in Congress.
Already a pathbreaker, military veteran Tammy Duckworth announced her second pregnancy and will become the first US Senator to give birth while in office. Duckworth told
this will only make her "want to be there longer" so she can see to it that women are never forced to choose between their careers and their families.
Women Candidates Are on Everyone's Minds
CAWP's director Debbie Walsh discussed whether 2018 will really be another "year of the woman" on New Jersey's
News Channel 12
, Los Angeles radio station
. You might have also heard her talking about the new wave of groups looking to fund women candidates on Ohio's