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the political arena, and how much of a difference they can make at each level. Whether by voting, working on a campaign, or writing an editorial, each person can have an impact on the way we are governed. Everyone can educate others about the importance of


voting. And more women need to con- sider running for office at all levels. We need women’s voices in order to serve the full range of needs in our communi- ties to help move all of us forward. Stud- ies have shown that where women are a significant percentage of leadership, issues such as housing, education, health and the environment receive more focus and attention. This helps all of us.


If you could do one thing different- ly in your life, what would that be? Wouldn’t change a thing.


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If you could stand up and defend anything, what would it be? I would stand up for the need for inclu- sion of a diverse set of people and of ideas in our society and our governing process. From a problem-solving and intellectual perspective, we need di- verse ways of approaching challenges in order to solve more and more com- plex problems. As technology contin- ues to advance, our ability to manage and adapt will require many different viewpoints and ways of thinking. Peo- ple of difference cultural backgrounds, ages, genders, educational systems, and faiths can all contribute to prob- lem solving, improving our future and moving forward. In closing the most important thing is ladies get out and vote this November! ●


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