Since November’s election, there’s been a push for more women to run for office. Think school boards, state legislatures, and the New York City Council. More than 30 women have thrown their hats in the ring for this year’s City Council election. And they’re getting support from groups and politicians alike. Meg Dalton hit the campaign trail with one hopeful contender.
When it comes to presidential election, the New York primary rarely gets much attention. But Richard Born, a political science professor at Vassar College, says this year is different. Host Stephan Bisaha spoke with Born about to why this Tuesday’s primary election is suddenly a factor in the presidential race, and what’s at stake for the candidates going forward.