Policy & Research
"Sarah Chamberlain on how she thinks suburban women will vote in November."
“The number one, two, and three issue is health care,” she said, noting heightened concern about children’s psychological suffering from shuttering schools during the pandemic. Eliminating pre-existing conditions, she added, was “not even open for discussion” as women worried about losing cover under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
"The Women2Women scholarship is funded out of proceeds from the committee's fundraising initiatives."
"The vast bulk of those districts were suburban, and the surveys conducted by the Women2Women Conversation Tour were in counties where Democrats made sizable gains."
"Perhaps even more telling is that the majority of the suburban women we talked to value honesty and collaboration in their leaders."
"When the Women2Women Conversations Tour was born years ago, we sat down with hundreds of suburban women in nine cities across the United States, giving them a chance to speak for themselves and tell us the biggest issues they face today."
"In my meetings with suburban women across the country, one thing has become clear: They have had it with the endless attacks, hard-line rhetoric and name-calling that have dominated recent politics — the very same sort of attacks ginned up by Freedom Caucus members against Cheney."
"Chamberlain said her nonprofit, which seeks to engage women across the country and gauge their common concerns and goals, has conducted five focus groups so far this year, consisting of both Republican and Democratic voters, with eight more to go."
"Data collected from W2W is then brought back to Congress in effort to better inform policy and help both House and Senate members alike understand what American women actually care about."
"2018 has been dubbed “The Year of the Woman” and right here in Santa Clarita, more than 100 women gathered together to celebrate the #CountMeIn initiative."
"In early January, the partnership will release an ambitious policy agenda based on what Ms. Chamberlain and female lawmakers heard during stops around the country on what the group calls its Women2Women tour."
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