Analysis: Women pivotal in campaign 2012
Jessica Yellin says to women, "Expect to hear a lot more of the my-policy-is-better-than-yours."
April 12th, 2012
11:10 AM ET

Analysis: Women pivotal in campaign 2012

By Jessica Yellin, CNN Chief White House Correspondent

(CNN) – Ladies have seen their share of political attention this season, and they may have men – specifically white men – to thank.

Recent polling shows President Barack Obama with a double-digit lead over Romney among women voters, an edge which some Democrats attribute to a GOP "war on women."

Obama and expected Republican nominee Mitt Romney have each been appealing to women voters, with the president's re-election campaign looking at a ceiling of support among white males.

Read the full post on CNN's Political Ticker blog 

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  1. Ali

    It's only gonna get worse for Barry. There ain't no recovery in preorgss, companies have just cut back to stay alive and tread water. Any further slowdown and trimmed down companies will be cutting people they really don't want to cut. He can stand there and call a blue sky black only so long.People are catching on to this dolt.Reply

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