Friday, May 16, 2014

It's Women Voters Who Decide Close Elections

When it comes to elections in the United States these days, it is the votes of women who usually decide who wins and who loses. Just look at the last presidential election when President Obama was reelected. If only the votes of men were counted, Mitt Romney would be sitting in the White House today as the new President of the United States. However, most women voted for Obama and that was just what he needed to win four more years as the U.S. President. Sadly for Republicans, they just don't get it when it comes to how to win national elections. Many in the leadership and most in the Tea Party movement are so against womens issues that it make it almost impossible for them to elected a national leader. It appears this trend of women voting democratic is something that will stay the same, at least in the short term. Over the next 10-years or so, I expect Democrats will continue to win the White House – while Republicans gain seats in the Congress.

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