February 22, 2017

League of Women Voters Sees Surge in Local Activism

(From Boston Globe)

February 15, 2017

After Trump’s win, Mass. women are flocking to politics

From The Boston Globe...

February 11, 2017

Massachusetts Democrats waging resistance to President Trump

(From Boston.com)

February 09, 2017

First They Marched, Now More Than 13,000 Women Are Planning to Run for Office

On Inauguration Weekend, an estimated 3.2 million people in hundreds of cities across the country took to the streets to protest the incoming president. More than 400,000 people marched in Washington, D.C., similar numbers turned out in New York and Los Angeles, and even in Houston, Phoenix, New Orleans, Santa Fe, and Reno, marchers numbered in the tens of thousands. It was, as organizers promised it would be, the most massive coordinated demonstration an incoming president has ever faced. But its real power will be measured not in crowd size but in the lasting impact it has on the political process. And one of the clearest results of the march — and of the election as a whole — is the wave of political participation among women at local, state, and national levels that’s emerging in its wake.

February 08, 2017

Silencing Elizabeth Warren Backfires on Senate GOP

(From CNN Politics)

February 02, 2017

Surge in Young Women Planning to Run for Office

If a rookie politician like Donald Trump can get to the White House, why not me? That's the question that's prompted a surprising number of liberal young women to consider launching a campaign of their own. 


January 21, 2017

Boston Women's March Anticipates 90,000 Day After Donald Trump Inauguration

While women take to the streets in Washington, D.C., Boston plans to hold a parallel rally of its own.

December 08, 2016

More Than 4,500 Women Have Signed Up to Run For Office Since the Election

(From Time.com)

November 17, 2016

After Election, Mass. Can be Beacon of Light

Civility and respect, not fear, should be the watchwords.

November 10, 2016

What does the election mean for women in politics?

Exploring how American women view the prospect of a Trump presidency.

(From PBS Newshour)

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