November 17, 2006
2006: Women Taking the Lead
TWO NEW SURVEYS SHOW 2006 ELECTION IS A WATERSHED
ADVANCE FOR WOMEN
Washington , DC - Women emerged as a key voice for change in the 2006 election both as voters and leaders, according to two new surveys of voters. Lifetime Television, Redbook Magazine, Ms . Magazine and the Women Donors Network will release two post election analysis and surveys on women voters, the election and the future of women's leadership.
- Lifetime Television and Redbook Magazine commissioned a post-election survey of women and men's perceptions of women leaders and how it will impact the new political landscape.
- Ms . Magazine and the Women Donors Network commissioned an exit poll asking about support for a woman speaker and priorities for the next Congress.
The key findings of both surveys and the gender gap will be discussed.
Telephone Press Conference
Friday, November 17
12:30-1:30 P.M. EST
Call-in Number: (800) 811-8830
Password: Women's Vote
To reserve a spot, please call Nancy Bennett at (800) 834-1110.
Toby Graff , Vice President of Public Affairs, Lifetime Television
Stacy Morrison , Editor-In Chief, Redbook Magazine
Celinda Lake , President, Lake Research Partners
Eleanor Smeal , Publisher, Ms. Magazine
Donna P. Hall , President and CEO, Women Donors Network