On the November 16th edition of Your Call, from nasty woman to pantsuit nation, how did gender play out in the 2016 elections?
Polls projected and many expected the U.S. to elect its first woman President last week. But women didn’t break party lines and unite to vote against Donald Trump. Despite blatant sexism throughout the campaign, party affinity didn’t buck to gender for Republican women. What does Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful bid reveal about the challenges female candidates face? It's Your Call, with me, Renee Kemp, and you.
Anne Moses, founder and president of iGNiTE
Kimberly Ellis, executive director of Emerge California, and running to be the next Chair of the California Democratic Party
The Atlantic: Women Aren't Responsible for Hillary Clinton’s Defeat
New York Times: Election 2016: Exit Polls
US News: The Sexist Press