Winning The Votes Of Women

GUESTS: Anita Perez Ferguson President, National Women's Political Caucus Former National Director of Training and Education, Democratic National Committee other guests: tba With midterm elections looming large, politicians are vigorously wooing women, who make up the majority of eligible voters. Women traditionally vote Democrat, andtheir low participation in the '94 elections may have cost Democrats control of Congress. Both Democratic and Republican candidates have women on their radar screens, and are tailoring their messages and strategies to target them. Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at how politicians are courting women voters and enticing them to the polls.

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