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Where GOP Women Stand On The Political Race

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From NPR

As the candidates battle it out, there’s a key fact worth remembering: Fifty-three percent of those who cast votes in the last presidential election were women. Host Scott Simon talks with political analyst Michelle Bernard for her take on what right-leaning women are looking for in a presidential candidate.

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