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NEW RESEARCH: Don’t Overlook LGBTQ Women When You Reach Out to Voters

  As the 2020 election cycle ramps up in earnest, we at Project LPAC have a plea to candidates and the organizations conducting outreach on their behalf: as you travel around the country, eating local foods, shaking hands and explaining your priorities on stages large and small, don’t overlook LGBTQ women voters. Our new research …

Gender and Politics in the Classroom

  With more women running for elected office than ever before, children today are more likely to see images of women candidates than they have in the past. This may be one part of Hillary Clinton’s rich legacy as the first woman to be nominated as a presidential candidate by a major political party. Or …

Gender at the Iowa Caucus

  After more than a year of campaigning, the first votes of the 2020 Democratic primary have been cast. And while we are still waiting to see exactly how Iowa’s delegates will be allocated, we do have useful data on who Iowans caucused for and why from the National Election Pool entrance polls conducted for …

Voting Begins Today – How Have Women Candidates Historically Done in IA and NH?

  This month, the presidential election is kicking into high gear with the first primaries of 2020. Today, candidates will vie for votes in the Iowa caucuses, followed by the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday the 11th.  There’s a lot at stake for these first states – since 1976, the eventual Democratic nominee has almost …

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