Tagged With Women In Politics

Nancy Pelosi's matching masks and outfits are a 2020 style statement

The most famous female politician from every US state

Mattel just launched a line of politically themed Barbies, including a campaign manager, a fundraiser, and a voter

Joe Biden probably won’t stop making comments some people find sexist, but it won’t necessarily hurt his campaign

One in five Democratic voters say they 'absolutely' plan to vote for a woman in the presidential primary

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is engaged to her longtime partner Clarke Gayford

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez deletes her tweet wrongly calling a Democratic congressman an 'older male' Republican

Abortion rights, grassroots activism, and getting a woman elected president: Former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards re-enters the political fray

Howard Schultz won’t commit to a female vice presidential running mate. Here are the other male candidates who have.

John Hickenlooper says women presidential candidates should be asked whether they'd pick a male running mate

Democratic women gave Trump a surprising standing ovation during the State of the Union after the president celebrated the historic achievements of American women

Women in Congress are wearing white at Trump's State of the Union in a message of 'solidarity'

8 of the most influential millennial women in US politics

Democrat Claire McCaskill sparks controversy by saying women politicians should be 'self-effacing' to avoid 'B-word territory' and appeal to men

Just 52% of Americans are 'very comfortable' with a woman as president

Meet the 2,000 women about to storm into state capitals across the US

The New Zealand prime minister is the first world leader to bring her baby to the UN — and the internet can't get enough

How one of the most powerful Democrats in Washington lost his seat to a 28-year-old political novice in the most stunning political upset of the year

A surge of Democratic women are running for office -- and winning --  in Texas

Female candidates are targeting three key Senate seats in 2018