With most of the nation’s primary elections behind us, a clearer picture of November’s midterm races are starting to take shape. Vermont is now poised to send a woman to Congress for the first time, the last state in the nation to do so. But that expected milestone comes as women still struggle around the U.S. to be elected in equal numbers as men. Lisa Desjardins explains.
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