The Year of the Woman in North Carolina
The Winston-Salem Journal reports that Hillary Clinton was the exception to the rule in North Carolina: Eleven women were on the ballot last week running ...
The Winston-Salem Journal reports that Hillary Clinton was the exception to the rule in North Carolina:
Eleven women were on the ballot last week running in primaries for statewide elective office. Seven of them won their races by beating male opponents. An eighth, Winston-Salem's Mary Fant Donnan, was the top vote-getter in the Democratic primary for commissioner of labor, and may face a runoff.
(Hat tip: Andrew Sullivan)
Join the Discussion
After you comment, click Post. You can enter an anonymous Display Name or connect to a social profile.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Replaces 3 D.C. Metro Board Members19 hours ago
Iowa Simplifies Voting Restoration Process for Felons19 hours ago
Oxford, Ala., Fights Target Bathroom Policy With Anti-LGBT Law19 hours ago
Oklahoma Governor Signs Civil Asset Forfeiture Law19 hours ago
With More Funding, Missouri Public Universities Freeze Tuition20 hours ago
Foster Care Scandal: Oregon's Top State Regulator Demoted20 hours ago