A new report from Rutgers University's Center for American Women and Politics studying the 34 states that will hold U.S. Senate elections in 2014 shows an opportunity for women to make history.
A new infographic from the Daily Dot, designed by Matthew Sisson, looks at how money in the "pro" camp stacked up against internet petition signatures and Facebook shares in the "anti" camp in the battles over SOPA, PIPA, ACTA, and CISPA this year. In the SOPA fight, for instance, the bill's sponsor, Lamar Smith, received $411,349 from interest groups that support the bill, while petitions launched by anti-SOPA activists garnered some 3.46 million signatures. View the infographic after the jump.
EMILY's List has announced the expansion of its WOMEN VOTE! project to Oregon, in an effort to mobilize and educate women voters in the state. Launched in partnership with Planned Parenthood, Oregon Women Vote will specifically seek to educate voters about Tea Party Congressional candidate Rob Cornilles's extreme anti-choice views. After the jump, watch a video from Oregon Women Vote called Rob Cornilles: Wrong Then; Wrong Now.