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New Poll: Unmarried Women Voters Could Make the Difference in Senate Battleground States

Survey Reveals that Unmarried Women Could Decide Close Elections for Senate Candidates in 12 Battleground States Unmarried women can make the difference in tight elections for U.S. Senate candidates in 12 battleground states, according to a poll released today by the Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund and Democracy Corps. Republican candidates have a slight […]

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Page Gardner in CSM: Unmarried Women 1/4 of electorate, “have a lot of sway in determing” elections

The Christian Science Monitor story about our latest poll quoted WVWVAF founder Page Gardner: “Unmarried women comprise about a quarter of the electorate, so they have a lot of sway in terms of determining who is and who is not elected,” says Page Gardner, founder and president of the Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund. According to Ms. […]

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