Women's magazines are Hillary country
Politico reports that women's magazines are one corner of the media where Hillary Clinton is popular, which may be seen as problematic for Republican candidates.
Carly Fiorina headed upward
Fox News reports that Carly Fiorina is building momentum on the campaign trail, developing a following and raising funds.
Women popping up on the Senate candidate map
The Washington Post lists a number of major Senate races where women candidates are already lined up, and more are likely to lace up their running shoes.
North Carolina - where women officeholders aren't?
An op-ed in N&R Greensboro.com (the Greensboro News and Record) laments dwindling flow of women in North Carolina's political pipeline.
Congress - where GOP women aren't?
The Upshot (in the New York Times) asks why there are so few Republican women in Congress and offers a few possible explanations.
Where there's trouble, you'll find women leaders
That's the contention of a New York Times op-ed - that women are more likely to get a chance to lead when there are big problems to confront. Moreover, the author asserts, even when women get into powerful positions, they can face backlash.