Publisher description for Voting for women : how the public evaluates women candidates / Kathleen A. Dolan.


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Voting for Women in the United States is an examination of how the public evaluates women candidates for elective office and the conditions under which they choose to vote for them. It provides a history of women and elections in the U.S. and analysis of contemporary data on public reaction to women candidates. As the number of women who seek elective office in the U.S. continues to rise, understanding how and whether the public evaluates them is increasingly important.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women political candidates -- United States.