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Democratic candidates working hard to get women to the polls
Democratic candidates working hard to get women to the polls

When Rep. Julia Brownley aired the first television ad of her fall reelection campaign, she aimed the 30-second spot directly at women. "I believe we are strongest when women are in charge of their own decisions," the Westlake Village Democrat says in the ad, which is airing on local cable stations. "That's why," Brownley continues, gazing straight into the camera, "I will always fight for equal pay for equal work and defend your right to choose." As Democratic leaders struggle to keep control of the U.S. Senate and minimize losses of House seats this fall, Brownley's pitch is key. She and other Democratic candidates are focusing on women, who...

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