GROWing a new crop of congresswomen?
Roll Call reports on the latest efforts to recruit more Republican women to run for Congress. And Time offers advice from GOP incumbents - convened by the National Review -- for women who seek to join them on Capitol Hill.
Seeds of progress in the Garden State
NJTV News interviewed CAWP director Debbie Walsh about recent political progress for women in the Garden State.
The temperature's high; the number of women in Congress isn't
Want to watch the slow process of chipping away at the glass ceiling? Take a look at this dynamic map of women in Congress over time, created by InsideGov and presented by business2community.com
Where in the world are women doing well?
Time discovers the countries where women fare best in politics, citing an OECD report.
A woman president? We're ready
Newsweek cites a new Gallup poll that finds the US is ready to elect a woman president. Women are "the second most widely supported non-traditional demographic among US adults," after Catholics.
The bucks start here
National Public Radio says that women's prominence in politics is increasing on yet another front as female campaign contributors play an expanded role.
Now a women can build on her husband's political legacy while he's still around
The Huffington Post places Hillary Clinton's candidacy in the context of one traditional route into politics - women succeeding their late husbands in office. But don't worry; Bill Clinton is alive and well.