elections

‘I’m afraid’: An openly transgender elected Republican responds to Trump’s proposed gender policy

The administration is weighing a move to define gender as strictly biological

Why women’s rights have been dividing American politics since the 1970s

Everything changed once the personal became the political

College-educated suburban women are politically energized like never before. I know, because my wife is one.

Many think that this demographic will help decide the midterms

What Trump’s female critics are really fighting for

Women have been spurred by righteous anger

Stacey Abrams says there’s voter suppression in Georgia. She’s urging a massive turnout to fight back.

Abrams has built her gubernatorial campaign around mobilizing tens of thousands of new voters

Elizabeth Warren is the favorite in her own race. So she’s trying to get fellow Democrats elected across the country.

Warren’s midterms operation further positions her for a 2020 presidential run

The Mormon Church president told women to take a break from social media. For some, the timing is disconcerting.

Social media is a huge factor in #MeToo and the upcoming midterms

Plenty of celebrities tried to boost Democrats in 2016. Here’s why Taylor Swift might actually make a difference in 2018.

It all goes back to what she said in her Instagram post

Zephyr Teachout just released a campaign ad America hasn’t see before

The New York attorney general candidate is due to give birth in October

What’s at stake in the Rhode Island, New Hampshire and New York primaries this week

Plus, a look at gender parity in Rhode Island, the only state where no women are running for the House this year