Trump has made IUDs a hit and his Supreme Court pick could make them even more popular
Donald Trump has a problem: women. Only 31% support of female voters support him compared to 57% for Hillary Clinton. Now, some lifelong Grand Old Party members are giving their vote to Democratic candidate this election. The group Republican Women for Hillary admits it was a difficult decision but one that aligns with their values. They’re working in eight different states, including battlegrounds like Florida and Ohio, to share the message: “You can be a Republican and vote for Hillary Clinton.”
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