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Republican Gaffes Helped Obama Win Women's Votei
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Jerome Socolovsky
November 10, 2012 1:43 PM
Around 55 percent of American women chose President Obama in this week's U.S. presidential election, putting them into a coalition with young and minority voters that was decisive in his re-election victory. VOA's Jerome Socolovsky tells us about one woman who thinks Mitt Romney's Republican Party favored policies that would have set women back.

Republican Gaffes Helped Obama Win Women's Vote

Published November 10, 2012

Around 55 percent of American women chose President Obama in this week's U.S. presidential election, putting them into a coalition with young and minority voters that was decisive in his re-election victory. VOA's Jerome Socolovsky tells us about one woman who thinks Mitt Romney's Republican Party favored policies that would have set women back.


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