If only women cast ballots, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump would be decimated by Democrat Hillary Clinton. If only men went to the polls, Trump would walk away with an easy victory.
It’s safe to say women are more progressive than men, writes Sarah Schmidt, with Hillary Clinton relying on women's votes in her quest to become the first female president of the United States. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
TORONTO— Imagine if only women voted in an election.
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