Morphogenesis - Priestessing on the edge of chaos: Women and the November Election
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30 Sep 2004 @ 14:30, by Letecia Layson

Alternet included two stories today regarding women and the election that I found really interesting. The first one was A new report from Anna Greenberg dispells the myth of the
security mom.

Here is Myth 3. Women are more worried about security than men. Women tend to be more worried about their personal and economic security than men, which is not surprising because they are more likely to be victims of crime at home and they are more likely to live on the economic margins. But this concern about personal security does not necessarily translate into political preferences. In fact, men are much more likely to make the war on terrorism and security a part of their voting calculus.

Take a look at the full story here or The full report at the originating website

Another interesting story was WHAT WOMEN WANT by Rose Aguilar

Contrary to the media babble about 'security moms,' the
issues most important to women voters are also John Kerry's
greatest strengths. Check for the full story here

Rose Aguilar co-produces Your Call on KALW 91.7 FM in San Francisco and runs News We Can Use, a web site about women's issues and politics. She can be reached at

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