Page Gardner, Founder & President of the Voter Participation Center (The Electorette Podcast)

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Page Gardner is the founder and president of the Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund, and its sister organization, the Voter Participation Centeran organization that hashelped 4.6 million voters register and get to the polls.

Page Gardner was a pioneer in recognizing unmarried women as a key political voting bloc with significant and impactful political power. We discuss what’s called the “marriage gap” between unmarried and married women, in relation to their registration habits and voting behaviors.

We also discuss income gap for unmarried women, in the context of the coronavirus outbreak, given that unmarried women generally have less financial stability when compared to married women and will undoubtedly be hit harder by the economic fallout following the pandemic.

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Like many of you, I was driven to "do something" after the 2016 election. The "something" I did was to launch the Electorette podcast. My aim with The Electorette was not to analyze every single tweet; nor to rant ad nauseum about just how unhinged the voice behind said tweets are. What I do want to accomplish is further the sense of community and strength experienced during the Women's Marches around the world, provide some solutions for getting out of this mess and to bring brilliant minds (lady minds) together, so that together we can move towards creating the open, welcoming democracy that we know America truly is. #TheFutureIsFemale

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