‘We Just Have To Win’: With Trump in the White House, Stakes Are Higher Than Ever For Emily’s List and Democratic Women

What makes Emily’s List loom so large in 2018 is the combination of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 defeat and Donald Trump’s provocations from the White House.
More than 300 women — a record — are now running for Congress.
Emily’s List President Stephanie Schriock spoke to CNBC’s John Harwood about the Trump era, Nancy Pelosi’s leadership and the Me Too movement.

Women’s gender-related attitudes predicted support for ’16 candidates, study finds

LAWRENCE — Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election was a surprise not only to pollsters but to many who thought women would turn out in strong support of Hillary Clinton. The fact that only 43 percent of white women who voted supported Clinton has been the subject of considerable debate since. A new study co-authored by a University of Kansas researcher has found that white women’s gender-related attitudes and beliefs predicted their tendency to support candidates in the election, but not necessarily in expected ways.

Ivanka Trump: The New Hillary Clinton in the White House?

Ever since Ivanka Trump spoke at the Republican National Convention, people have been confused. Looking cool in one of her trademark sheaths (she would soon tweet on how to “get the look”), the daughter of the notoriously sexist billionaire took the stage on a steamy night in Cleveland and talked about working women and their needs.

The Women Who Helped Donald Trump Win

Hours after Donald Trump was declared the winner of the presidential election, plans for a Women’s March on Washington began to form — a proclamation that Trump was not the women’s choice for president.

Why Did So Many White Women Vote for Donald Trump?

Before last week’s election, polls and pundits suggested that Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was doomed to failure, because it could not attract enough votes from women, who saw him as a misogynist—and worse. Conventional wisdom crashed and burned, however, as 42 percent of women, most of them white, came out to support him.