Women Play Big Role In 2012 Election Cycle
Women are not a homogenous voting bloc in elections though their influence as a group plays a big role.
President Barack Obama carried 55 percent of the demographic on his way to re-election.
Host Don Marsh talks with two political experts about the role women played in the 2012 election cycle, both as voters and as candidates.
Marsh is joined by Dayna Stock, Manager of the Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life at the University of Missouri – St. Louis, and Gwyneth Williams, professor of political science at Webster University.