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Why More Women In Politics Could Finally Bring About Real Change No matter how you're voting this November, you probably agree it's been the kind of exhausting election season we'll all be glad to see the back of. But if we want our communities... You can make politics what it needs to be, and it's easier than you think. Growing up in leafy Shawnee, KS, a suburb nestled southwest of Kansas City, Stephanie Sawyer Clayton adored school. So when it came time to put down roots with her husband, Ben, in 2001, it was an easy choice to settle in nearby Overland Park, where the schools had always been just as exceptional. But by the time Stephanie's daughter, Stella, was ready to enter kindergarten in 2009, much in the school district had changed. After years of funding cuts, class sizes had ballooned, extracurriculars were disappearing, and librarians couldn't replenish bookshelves. "I'd heard complaints from friends with older kids, but now it was like, All right, this is getting real ," she says. When she found out that her PTA was seeking a volunteer to keep tabs on developments at the capitol having to do with education , she raised her hand. Through a PTA-sponsored training program, she figured out how to follow legislation, and over the course of a year, she developed a deep reserve of knowledge. So much so that by the following year, she had decided to take her involvement further by running for a seat in the Kansas House of Representatives on a platform focused on schools. She had support — but lost the election in a landslide. "I think I got 23 or 24 percent of the vote. It was embarrassing, really bad," Stephanie says, a cringe in her voice. Two years later, she tried again and won. Stephanie, now 39, found her calling in elected office, but stories like hers are dispiritingly rare. Of the nearly 520,000 elected seats in this country, women hold just over 20 percent. "Something is fundamentally wrong with a political system where 50 percent of the population are women and only about 20 percent of our elected officials are," says Jennifer Lawless, a professor of government at American University and coauthor of... In large part it's because we're busy getting everything else done. More than 70 percent of women ages 25 to 54 are employed, yet caregiving responsibilities still fall disproportionately onto our shoulders. That raises legitimate logistical concerns about the time it takes to campaign, and then do the job. Women don't see themselves in politics and too often doubt that they're capable of being the candidate themselves. "We still have this 'Why would someone vote for me. Why would someone invest in me. ' feeling that men just don't have," says Erin Vilardi, founder of the political recruitment and training platform for women VoteRunLead ( voterunlead. "But women have so many transferrable skills," she says. Making people feel heard is a core skill for leadership. While all politicians fret about fund-raising, women believe it's harder for them to raise money than it is for their male colleagues, a 2008 study showed. The reality is women raise as much money and win elections just as often as men do. Then there's the issue of how appalling politics can get. the last year and a half feels like proof of that. You're not like that. And neither are thousands of other women who are as smart and organized and passionate as you are. At a time when many women and men are wishing there were more choices up and down the ticket, it's important to remember that the part of politics that's so visible — harsh campaign tactics, a recalcitrant Congress — doesn't mirror the good work... The women who are working there now can't wait for more to serve with them. What Getting Involved Looks Like Shona Huffman, 46, a mom of two and a current member of the Frisco, TX, city council, had been a government teacher, then started working part-time at her chamber of commerce. She'd been attending council meetings for years, so when several leadership positions in her town were up for election last year, she worried. "I kept saying to colleagues, 'We need to make sure we've got good people in place,'" she.
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