This Week on Focus: Western New England - Women Voters: Who are they and what do they care about in this election?
TOPIC: From calling them soccer moms to Walmart women, candidates vying for women voters often try to put the gender in a box. On the next Focus: Western New England, we'll take the lid off and look at women voters more closely. From the economy to contraception, what do women in this election care about? Hosted by New England Public Radio's Susan Kaplan.
DATE/TIME: Thursday, March 15th, 2012 4 - 5 p.m. on 88.5 FM WFCR and frequencies throughout the Berkshires (see below).
*Repeats from 6 - 7 p.m. on AM 640 and 91.7 FM all-news WNNZ
Liz Markovitz, Mount Holyoke College, Professor of Politics
Jodi Rell, Former Governor of Connecticut
Jocelyn Kiley, The Pew Research Center
Eva Valentine, President, Massachusetts League of Women Voters
Listeners are invited join the conversation by calling toll free: 877-522-8850.
Focus: Western New England features news makers and notable thinkers from around the region, and listeners' comments help shape the timely conversations. To listen to past programs, visit www.nepr.net/focus
WFCR can also be heard in the Berkshires at the following frequencies: 101.1FM (Adams/North Adams); 98.7FM (Great Barrington); 98.3FM (Lee); 106.1FM (Pittsfield); and 96.3FM (Williamstown).
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