By RepresentWomen on July 10, 2014
As FairVote has noted before, voters want to elect both men and women. Consequently, a successful political party must be inclusive of both men and women. Unfortunately for the Republican Party, it currently has a problem with women. In 2012, Mitt Romney lost the women's vote by 11%, despite losing the general election by only 4%. President Obama won among single women by an enormous 36%. A recent CNN Poll found that 59% of women feel that the GOP is out of touch with their gender.