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EMILY's List president decries the decrease in number of women in political office listen

04/11/11 Dawn Morgan Elliott
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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EMILY’s List is a political action committee that raises money for pro-choice women Democratic candidates. This weekend Emily’s List president Stephanie Schriock was in Tampa raising to fund their programs. It was hosted by former Tampa City Council member Linda Saul-Sena. WMNF’s Dawn Morgan Elliott spoke with Schriock about the recent decrease in the number of women in state and national politics.

"It is shocking to me after 15 years of working in Democrat...

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Extended inteview with EMILY's List president Stephanie Schriock listen

04/11/11 Dawn Morgan Elliott
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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EMILY’s List is a political action committee that raises money for pro-choice women Democratic candidates. This weekend Emily’s List president Stephanie Schriock was in Tampa raising to fund their programs. It was hosted by former Tampa City Council member Linda Saul-Sena.

WMNF’s Dawn Morgan Elliott spoke with Schriock about the recent decrease in the number of women in state and national politics. An [abbreviated version](http://www.wmnf.org/news_stories/e...

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Poll: Women unimpressed by Palin listen

09/03/08 Mitch E. Perry
WMNF Drive-Time News Wednesday
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New polls today show women voters leaning more toward Barack Obama and away from John McCain.

A Gallup poll of former supporters of Hillary Clinton now show that 81 percent of them plan to vote for Barack Obama in November. Before last week’s Democratic Convention, 70 percent said they would. And a new survey conducted on behalf of the women’s political action group, Emily’s List, shows that a majority of those polled say John McCain chose Gov. Sarah Palin out of political conside...

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