In the last presidential election, nearly 10 million more women voted than men did, according to the Census Bureau: about 70.4 million vs. 60.7 million. So what are the issues that are concerning women as we approach the 2012 presidential election? Laura Vanderkam is providing us with her insight in this guest post.
Laura Vanderkam is a nationally recognized writer who questions the status quo and helps her readers rediscover their true passions and beliefs in pursuit of more meaningful lives. The article below was originally posted on DailyWorth, where she is a contributor. Follow this link to learn more about Laura Vanderkam.
With such a tight election, both presidential candidates are campaigning hard for women’s votes. But what are women’s issues?
Women are certainly interested in abortion and contraceptiion, however they are also mindful of topics such as Jobs, Taxes, The budget deficit, Social Security and Medicare.
Read the entire article here at What Women Care About In 2012
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