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The power struggles sabotage your 2020-opportunities?
A woman is a shoo-in to win the democratic nomination and take on President Trump in the year 2020? Some of the women in the three States that make or break it could secure the White house hopes so.
“I would like for a woman, but it’s just hard when you see a lot of other people who do not support women. I feel that America Wendy McVey, a 20-year-old junior at Iowa State University, said simply, still not there,” The Associated Press. At the moment, the candidate McVey is most interested in, is the former Texas Congressman Beto O’rourke.
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Women are aroused under the Democratic party the most, and engaged voters, accounting for more than half of the voters in the annual exams of 2018. Democrats sent a historic number of women to Congress in the last year and a record number of women run for President, including Sens. Kamala Harris of California, and Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Kirsten Gillibrand of New York.
But the Oval Office was heavy and difficult to displace, given Democrats ‘” deep desire to Trump, some do not want to risk with your candidates. Some fear a repeat of the experience of Hillary Clinton the surprise loss of Trump in 2016. Others cite their own experiences with sexism and discrimination.
“I think a lot of people voted for him because they don’t want to vote for her,” Katrina Riley, 69, of Summerville, S. C. AP said. “And I don’t want to happen again.”
“I’m afraid, for, with, women, that it ‘had Well, we have our chance. We had Hillary. Hillary has not worked. Best to just choose a different 65-year-old-plus white man who has the best chance to win,'” said Helen Holden Slottje, a 52-year-old New Hampshire lawyer.
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According to a survey by the Pew Research Center from the year 2018, 76 percent of women a major reason why there are less women in office, women need to do more to prove to said. About 60 percent of the women said they believe that gender discrimination is an obstacle, and 57 percent of women said that they did not want to believe that Americans were ready for the election of a woman to a higher office.
Older white men are sitting on most of the early Democratic votes: the former Deputy-President Joe Biden, 76, and Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders, 77. Two younger white men, O’rourke, and South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, race, the media darlings, despite less political experience than many of the women in the White house.
“I feel like we have lived in a country where women had the power and leadership so absent,” said Cecile Richards, former President of planned Parenthood. “I think it is hard for women to imagine a future in which real equity but I think that the time has come.”
To avoid Hillary Clinton: 2020 women, looking angry
In response to Clinton’s comments with one of our ladies night panel ” of The story.’
Jennifer Palmieri, who advised Clinton 2016 campaign, urged the women to “not be afraid of 2016 phantoms.”
“Women, to support the voters who want a woman candidate should not be said to overthink, but they have the courage of your convictions and your faith, in your power to make a difference,” Palmieri. “This is what women have in 2018 and see what happens.”
In the time after the election of 2016, Clinton said she believes that sexism and misogyny contributed to your loss. Some of the women in the 2020 race, have not shied away from these issues.
“If you ask the question, is there gender bias in America today? Absolutely,” said Gillibrand. “Is there a gender bias in any industry? Absolutely. But I think for each of us, we can overcome it.”
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At a Friday event in Tipton, Iowa, Warren told the crowd that when she speaks with colleagues in the Senate, you tell her: “you’re asking too much” with their campaign platform.
“Don’t ask for hard things. Smile more,” she said, she was told, the use of language familiar to many women.
The crowd broke into boos and groans.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.