September 9, 2015
What's New
 Mark your calendar for the next presidential debates at 6pm and 8pm EST on Wednesday, September 16th. Presidential Gender Watch will be live-tweeting the event, highlighting gender dynamics of the GOP debates.

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Expert Analysis
Mainstreaming Gender in Political Campaigns: Clinton's Case Study
In her latest post, PGW Expert Dr. Kelly Dittmar suggests that Hillary Clinton's campaign may be breaking ground in mainstreaming gender in campaign messaging, agenda, and strategy. Read more here .   
Don't forget to check out our latest installment of
On the Bias, where we talk about if, when, and where double standards exist for women running for office. 
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Facts & Figures

Don't miss the latest facts and figures at Presidential Gender Watch. Here are some recent highlights:
The Washington Post's Vanessa Williams and Scott Clement analyze Hillary Clinton's support among women of color in the most recent Washington Post-ABC News poll, demonstrating the importance of recognizing diversity among women voters.

Gallup's in-depth look at Donald Trump's favorability numbers among Republican voters finds a persistent gender gap, with Republican men more likely than Republican women to rate Trump favorably.

CNN has changed their formula for inclusion in the next Republican presidential debate, making it much more likely that Carly Fiorina will make the cut. The final list of participants will be announced after September 10.
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