Monday, October 27, 2014
They make up a majority of voters in North Carolina. Kay Hagan wants them on her side. Thom Tillis wants them on his side. They could determine the outcome in North Carolina, and will have a huge impact on the national midterm elections. We are talking about women voters, possibly the most sought after group of voters this November. Guest host and WFAE Party Line blogger, Dr. Michael Bitzer and a panel of experts will discuss female voting trends, what women want out of their candidates and predictions for the upcoming elections.
Dr. Karen Kedrowski—Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Winthrop University
Mary Klenz-- Director and Advocacy Chair for the League of Women Voters of North Carolina.
Dr. Martha Kropf - Professor, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, UNC Charlotte
Susan J. Carroll - Senior Scholar at the Center for American Women and Politics, Rutgers University