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 ...
by | May 13, 2008

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)

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