Women and the Political Process
Starting at minute 9, Jen provides 20 minutes of commentary about female candidates, why they don't run for office, and what happens when they do.
The Gender Gap: Candidates and Voting
Listen to Jen's take on whether 2012 is a "Year of the Woman" and then hear a follow-up conversation/discussion with Jen and Kathryn Pearson.
In case you missed it, here is Jen's appearance on C-SPAN's Washington Journal. She took calls about our newest research report, "Men Rule: The Continued Under-Representation of Women in U.S. Politics."
'First Woman' Status will have Little Impact
Jen comments on whether the fact that Martha Coakley would be the first elected female governor in Massachusetts will help her on Election Day.
Poll: Youth Attitudes On 40th Anniversary of Roe V. Wade
A summary of Jen's and Richard's national poll results about young people's attitudes toward reproductive freedom. More are pro-choice than not, but most don't consider the issue very salient.
Political Winners Include Women Immigrants
Jen's research on the impact of women policymakers is utilized by the National Journal to explain why minority women in congress is beneficial to women immigrants.
'Binders Full of Women' Slip by Supplicant Republican May See Women Vote with Their Feet
Jen comments on how Romney's debate statements have affected female voters.
Binder-Gate! Did Romney Lose His Gains with Women?
Jen comments on the fallout from Mitt Romney's binders full of women statement.
Obama Claws Back as Race Heads to Wire: Analysts
Jen comments more on the debate and the gender gap.
Post-Debate, Candidates Court Women's Vote
Jen comments on the gender gap's likely re-emergence post-debate.Read Article
Obama's Strong Pitch to Women Prompts Romney Stumble
Jen comments on how the candidates' debate performances likely affected female voters.Read Article
Women Voters Split Between Obama, Romney
Jen comments more on the gender gap heading into tonight's debate.
Obama Seeking Comeback Victory in Town Hall Debate
Jen comments on the role women's issues will play in tonight's debate.
Harvard Law Professor Bruce Mann Adjusts to Public Role as "Elizabeth Warren's Husband"
Jen comments on the role of male spouses in campaigns.
MA Senate Race: Jobs vs. Women's Issues
Jen comments on the role of women's issues in the Warren-Brown race in Massachusetts.Read Article
Abortion Groups Target Swing-State Voters
Jen comments on the role of reproductive rights for undecided voters.Read Article