June 2, 2015
What's New


Presidential Gender Watch 2016 is a nonpartisan project of the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at Rutgers University and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation (BLFF) to track, analyze, and illuminate gender dynamics in election 2016. For more on our launch, see this piece in Huffington Post from CAWP Director Debbie Walsh and BLFF Founder Barbara Lee, as well as other nods to the project in the news.
Expert Analysis
As part of our launch, we asked experts to share their outlooks on gender dynamics in the 2016 campaign. 

Click the boxes below to read more of each outlook. 




See our Analysis page for more expert insights and commentary, including our bi-weekly On the Bias report on potential sites of gender bias in campaign coverage and behavior.  

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Facts & Figures

In addition to our expert outlooks, Presidential Gender Watch offers valuable resources for you to rely upon throughout the 2016 election season. Be sure to check out our:
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of women's candidacies for the U.S. presidency.
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