3 in 4 Democratic women want to see more women in government.
A lot has changed in the wake of the pandemic—including priorities for women voters. We’ve seen women become more disengaged in the last cycle for a myriad of reasons: increased disenfranchisement, a lack of resources for domestic support, and more.
I sat down with Amanda Hunter, Executive Director of the Barbara Lee Family Foundation to talk about how women candidates and incumbents can engage women voters, especially younger women and women of color in the 2022 election cycle.
Watch Amanda and myself dive into their newest report, The New Normal: Women, the Workplace, and Pandemic Politics, and talk shop below.