Episode 3: The Pink Wave, Midterms and Beyond.

The 2018 Midterms saw a pink wave....on the Democrat's side. On this week's episode, we discuss the Republican Party's standing with women and why so many female voters broke blue this year. 
Episode sponsored by RumbleUp and No Warrior Left Behind. 

[1:20] - Podcast Introduction

[1:54] - Stats from the Pink Wave.

Midterms 2018: It was the Year of the Woman — for Democrats, not Republicans. Chuck Todd, Mark Murray and Carrie Dann, NBC News

[4:18] - Female candidate recruitment in 2018, motivators, and other factors that shape women in civic engagement.

[7:09] - Money in politics and early backing in contested primaries. 

Elise Stefanik Wants to Play in Primaries to Help Republican Women. Simone Pathé, Roll Call

[14:45] - Why does the Republican Party have such a hard time getting women to vote for them? We discuss efforts to persuade individuals in high school and college. And the generational divide. 

The 2018 midterm vote: Divisions by race, gender, education. Alec Tyson, Pew Research Center

[29:23] - We veer off and discuss Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

AOC - tweet about hill staffers working 2 jobs

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is The Donald Trump Of The Left. Karol Markowicz, Forward Opinion

[35:08] - ::Whispers:: We talk about the Bret Kavanaugh hearing. Should all women be believed, all the time? 

Lena Dunham: My Apology to Aurora. Lena Dunham, The Hollywood Reporter

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Christina Powell