ElectionWatch ’04 – Home Economics: Women and Voting
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Presidential candidates realize they need to address the issues that women care about such as healthcare, jobs, and the economy- but do women themselves feel spoken to? On this edition of Making Contact’s ElectionWatch’04- a monthly special from the National Radio Project— we explore the pre-election concerns of a variety of women, including women in labor unions, Latina immigrants and unmarried women as powerful voting blocs.
Janice Gruendel, Co-Founder and Co-President Connecticut Voices for Children; Lisa Moore, Interim Co-Director Mujeres Unidas y Activas; Vicky Lovell, Study Director, Institute for Women’s Policy Research; Heather Boushey, Center for Economic and Policy Research; Renee Saucedo, Director, SF Day Labor Program, La Raza Centro Legal, Inc.; Christina Mullalley, Co-Owner and Co-Director, New Generations Children’s Center; Nicole Mason, Executive Director, National Women’s Alliance.
For more information:
Connecticut Voices for Children – New Haven, CT
Lisa Moore, Interim Co-Director, Mujeres Unidas y Activas – San Francisco, CA
Study Director, Institute for Women’s Policy Research – Washington, DC
Center for Economic and Policy Research – Washington, DC
SF Day Labor Program – San Francisco, CA