Will Women Decide the 2014 Elections? Anita Finlay & Jerry Doyle Discuss 7/22/2013
23 Jul 2014
It is always my privilege to be a guest on the top rated Jerry Doyle Show. Jerry and I debate the power of women in the upcoming midterms, some risky Senate races and why women don’t give more dough politically. Often, money equals influence so its important for women to find new ways to make themselves heard.
For some background on the changing fortunes of women, checkout my article, Are There Signs We Are Ready to Embrace Female Leadership.
We also dissect Howard Fineman’s piece, Could the 2014 Election Swing on the Will of Southern Women and Politico’s article looking to understand what makes women contribute their dollars to politicians. Women typically want to dig deep into the value of who and what they are contributing to — a good idea for all of us.
It is also boils down to women no longer accepting crumbs from the table or being content to be used as a political football each election cycle. As 53% of the voting electorate, women can have more influence in how our country is run. Will they?
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Anita Finlay is the bestselling author of Dirty Words on Clean Skin. Sharing the untold story of Hillary’s 2008 campaign, Dirty Words exposes media sexism in a society not as evolved as advertised. “The book tells it like it is for women aspiring to power.” #1 on Amazon’s Women in Politics books for 16 weeks.
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