The historic victory of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has underscored the expanding opportunities for women in politics, from running to office to helping others run.
The 2020 election inspired record numbers of voters to cast their ballots despite the turbulence and danger posed by the pandemic.
All Sides discusses the enduring challenges facing women in politics, from raising money to bringing about real change.
- Dr. Tina D. Pierce, Columbus City Schools board member and senior lecturer at the Ohio State Ubiversity Glenn College of Public Affairs
- Jean Sinzdak, associate director, Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University
- Paul Beck, academy professor of political science, Ohio State University
- Bryn Bird, Granville Township Trustee
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