The Political Voices of Women

Where are all the women political bloggers?
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Where are all the women political bloggers? Right here on Catherine Morgan’s blog. Catherine hopes to inspire women to use “the power of the political blog” and join the ongoing conversation. She says there are not many places on the net where women can be exposed to all sides of the issues (conservative, liberal, and everything in between) and feel comfortable voicing their opinions, but hopes her blog will be that place.

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