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“The concept of electability is deeply troubling because it’s rooted in the belief that only a man can beat another man, when in fact, women across the country have a record of defeating male opponents at every level of government,” explains Na’ilah Amaru, national trainer for VoteRunLead, who had the exclusive honor of nominating Hillary Clinton at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. “The 2018 mid-terms reflected the changing face of political candidates and the impact of the changing electorate.”

Read the full article, Can a Woman Win the Presidency? published May 12, 2019 on Forbes.com

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