Campaign 2008 and Women
This segment is part of a series this week discussing how interest groups and their issues are playing a part in Campaign 2008.
The guest talked about the 2008 presidential campaign and women. Topics included Rep. Nancy Pelosi as the first-ever Speaker of the House of Representatives, Senator Hilary Clinton as a presidential candidate, and the membership of Congress which is only 16 percent women. She responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.
This segment is part of a series this week discussing how interest groups and their issues are playing a part in Campaign 2008. close
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