Hillary Clinton

St. Louis on the Air
4:52 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

Women In Politics: Why Hillary Clinton Is Unlikely To Become President

Hillary Clinton in 2007.
Credit via Flickr/MarcNozell

If Hillary Clinton runs for president in 2016, will she win? According to political science professor Farida Jalalzai, the odds are not in Clinton’s favor. Jalalzai recently wrote an article for the Washington Post elaborating on that thought.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:51 pm
Wed August 7, 2013

Is The U.S. Poised For Its First Female President? Author Discusses Women In Politics

Hilary Clinton in 2013.
Credit (via Flickr/marcn)

The United States Senate has 20 women in office, a mark never before reached prior to the last election. The top political seats in New Hampshire are all held by women: a female governor, two women in the U.S. Senate and women in both of the state's U.S. House seats.

Former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton ran for president in 2008 and there is talk of her running again in 2016. Are these signs that America could soon have a woman break the last glass ceiling to executive power or are there still obstacles in the way?

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Politics
2:20 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

McCaskill Endorses Clinton's Potential Presidential Campaign...Again?

Wikimedia Commons/Frank Plitt for Clinton’s image & Senator McCaskill’s Official Flickr account.

If you're having a sense of déjà vu after reading national headlines about Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill endorsing Hillary Clinton's potential run for president, you're not crazy. The Democratic Senator actually endorsed Clinton when she stepped down as Secretary of State in February.

Back then, McCaskill wrote, "I know that Hillary will succeed in whatever comes next for her—and if her future plans include seeking the Presidency, which I hope they do, then I look forward to being on her team and working my heart out to see her elected.”

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