#GAReads | What it will take for women to win

"What it will take for women to win":

The United States has flatlined when it comes to electing women: At the local, state and federal level, women hold fewer than 1 in every 4 elected offices, and the ratio hasn’t budged much lately. The U.S. ranks 101st, below China, Iraq and Afghanistan, when it comes to gender equity in our national legislature—down from 52nd two decades ago.

Studies show that women tend to win elections at the same rate as men—but they are far less likely to run at all.

Read Amanda Ripley's full article at POLITICO here…