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March 29, 2018
Why more women are fighting for “seat at the table” in Indiana General Assembly primaries
Source: Indianapolis Star
In the General Assembly, 22 of the 100 representatives and eight of the 50 senators, or 20 percent, are women.
“That’s not really a fair representation of our state,” said Aimee Rivera Cole, a Democrat running against Rep. Todd Huston in District 37. “Our state is not all men. I think the more women that can be involved the better … particularly because women oftentimes tend to add a different perspective to issues than just men.”
Aimee Rivera Cole is running for House District 37. The number of women running for a Statehouse seat has doubled since 2014. (Photo: Provided by the Indiana Democratic Party)
Check the full Article on IndyStar.com: https://indy.st/2GifBZN