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(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.
(Studio: Tony Harris) The “female factor” as an issue in Senator Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign examined; scenes shown of Clinton responding to hecklers shouting “Iron my shirts!” and getting emotional. [Voters Becky COLE, Albert BOWLING, Carol GROSETH, Albert OLMEDA, WOMAN, former New York Democratic Party chairman Herman “Denny” FARRELL- express views.] [CLINTON – campaigns on being a woman.] Live interview held with the White House Project’s Erin Vilardi about women’s impact on political campaigns. [VILARDI – says the women’s vote is not a monolithic voting bloc; comments on the expansion of women’s issues and the role of candidates’ spouses; comments on Oprah Winfrey’s impact on Senator Barack Obama’s campaign; notes voting trends for single women.]
- Harris, Tony
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