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Why fewer Republican women are entering the political pipeline




Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina waits to be introduced at a campaign event at Maple Avenue Elementary School on Saturday in Goffstown, N.H.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina waits to be introduced at a campaign event at Maple Avenue Elementary School on Saturday in Goffstown, N.H.
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Come this fall, voters will choose between a Republican and a woman.

Might they someday be able to vote for a Republican woman for president? Perhaps. But right now, the track record for women in the GOP isn't so great. 

There are fewer Republican women in Congress now than there were a decade ago. Lower down the political ladder, in state legislatures and cities, that trend continues.

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