Most Powerful Women in Washington

Originally published by for The Washingtonian Power is a concept synonymous with DC—in its symbolism, its offices, its people. Many Washingtonians hold power by virtue of their positions, titles, and affiliations.


Nine Younger Voters Tell the Post What 2024 Candidates Should Focus On

Next year’s national elections could be consequential for millennials, born between 1981 and 1996, and members of Generation Z, people born between 1997 and 2012. The generations combined are on track to make up roughly 40 percent of U.S. voters, and their vote could decisively impact election outcomes.

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S.C. Needs More Women in Public Office

If there’s one thing you hear more these days from women across South Carolina, it’s this: “I am sick and tired of men telling us what to do – what to do with our bodies, what to do with our brains, what to do with our lives.” So more women are getting active. If they win more elections, South Carolina will be better off.


It’s Not Democracy Without Women in Positions of Power

Originally published by Minna Cowper-Coles for World Politics Review There was a moment in 2020 when women’s political leadership was in the spotlight. From German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Iceland’s Prime…