Last updated on November 23rd, 2016 at 12:29 am
Kellyanne Conway is president and CEO of polling company. She is an attorney, a nationally regarded expert on women consumers and a regular commentator on national network and cable television. She talks about women voters for the stretch run of President Candidate. Conway is the mother of four including twin.
America is women centric, women tend to agree on roughly 80% on national major issues and where to head. Women are like glass ceilings, their presence is not felt but they serve their purpose. If Women are in power, they are going to utilize their power. People reluctantly sing the unsung woman who keeps household running/ decisions. Polygamy is not practiced by women, some even are unmarried longer. Marriage to a man is still viewed as a pursuit.
She graduated magna cum laude from Trinity College in Washington DC earning a degree in political science. She has earned a law degree with honors from George Washington. She met Donald Trump in 2006 when she was living in one of his building. She talks about how the ever so silent women go into future. She has taught Trump to humanize his words. To focus on issues and not on insults. She is a first woman to run a republican president campaign.
Her most controversial role was with Todd Akin, the Missouri senate candidate who claimed that women who were victims of “legitimate rape” could not become pregnant as their reproductive process would shut down.
Kellyanne Conway’s book with Celina Lake “What Women really wants” is a great treat for politics interested women trying to make their way in politics. Celina Lake is one of the nation’s foremost experts on electing women candidates and on framing issues to women. They belong to the other side of political spectrum hence the book is not biased. They have highlighted eight questions and contend with examples about the faces of American women, American women facing health problems and having young children and aging early. This book contains two predictive polls conducted in 2005, with different questions. Different prospects of women are making similar choices, making acceptable flexible work schedules and carriers. Women don’t vote solely on abortion. They believe on
This book contains two predictive polls conducted in 2005, with different questions. Different prospects of women are making similar choices, making acceptable flexible work schedules and carriers. Women don’t vote solely on abortion. They believe on HERS agenda, health, education, retirement and security. They are strong powerful than political parties, so speak to them in their language to convince for votes. They are joining to make a change and it will be a success no less than 10 years now. They are not begging but they are growing networks and heralding change. Celina and Kellyanne had stepped off from outdated tradition. They are Liberal progressive friends and influential women. Book has some complex views. Women impact public policy. 72% people agreed they have never
Celina and Kellyanne had stepped off from outdated tradition. They are Liberal progressive friends and influential women. Book has some complex views. Women impact public policy. 72% people agreed they have never had a better time as women in the USA. 58% household decisions rely on women and generate trillion dollar assets. But in politics, they lack participation.14 The US states senators are women. They like to hold politics within their wing and not at a statewide level. The book says that despite living in an orthodox feminist society if one is able to be on front line by unraveling the traditions constraints of begging for the rights , marrying and bearing children and not having own life. The country could reshape its fortune by the tremendous power of women .Both writers believe that power of women is far blazing then the power of politics and bounds of religion.
Bringing the voice of women on business to the table and discussing their agenda could bring assertion, either favoring democratic or republican policies, introducing a woman leader.