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Democracy & Voting Rights

Upcoming Congress will have a record number of women

“We saw that Donald Trump increased his vote share from 2016 to 2020 among white women. And so, ensuring that these voters who have consistently, despite billions of dollars to persuade them not to vote for Donald Trump, still voted for him, will have other people to vote for a party that has now seen women break through and win and this is going to be incredible for ensuring that you continue to have those white women supporting the Republican ticket,” said Sonja Diaz, founder of the UCLA Latino Politics and Policy Initiative.