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How to Thrive in Hostile Partisan Terrain

Democrat Andy Beshear wins re-election in a state that otherwise elects only Republicans to statewide office, the particular challenges facing Black women mayors and other election fallout.

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An Off-Cycle Election Brings Big Wins For Women

Tuesday might have counted as an “off-cycle” election day—meaning we didn’t vote in a general election for president or even on Congressional midterm races—but it nonetheless turned into a big night for women.

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Inside the Governor Group Chat

As the rare women to hold these positions, the United States’ eight female Democratic governors insist their friendship isn’t a bonus—it’s another critical part of the job.

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Women Speak Out for Pathway to Peace

There are times throughout recorded history when women have stepped up, spoken up, and taken action to resolve border and boundary disputes, to protect their cities, communities and families, and to demand and negotiate peaceful resolutions of long-term conflicts.