November 2006
Working Mother;Nov2006, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p17
The article encourages readers of "Working Mother" magazine to send campaign contributions to female candidates before the November 2006 United States elections. It notes that many female candidates are at a disadvantage in campaign fund-raising, since most political donors do not offer as much support as they do to male candidates.


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