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  • Finally, I thought that putting a woman on a major-party ticket would change American expectations, permanently and for the better.

    The Good Fight

  • After two decades, the internal reforms we adopted in 1964 were coming to fruition: We had a woman on a major-party presidential ticket for the first time.

    The Good Fight

  • Finally, I thought that putting a woman on a major-party ticket would change American expectations, permanently and for the better.

    The Good Fight

  • After two decades, the internal reforms we adopted in 1964 were coming to fruition: We had a woman on a major-party presidential ticket for the first time.

    The Good Fight

  • Finally, I thought that putting a woman on a major-party ticket would change American expectations, permanently and for the better.

    The Good Fight

  • After two decades, the internal reforms we adopted in 1964 were coming to fruition: We had a woman on a major-party presidential ticket for the first time.

    The Good Fight

  • I think the most interesting part is that no major-party presidential candidate since 1948 has had facial hair.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kalt’s Law

  • The Hattiesburg mayor, Johnny Dupree, is the first black major-party nominee for governor in Mississippi, but an upset win for him is not in the cards.

    Ohio election results: union curbs thrown out in blow to Republicans

  • CONAN: So if you think you know the last major-party candidate for governor, Senate and the House of Representatives from the state of California, all three, give us a call, 800-989-8255.

    Boxer, Fiorina At Odds In Calif. Senate Race

  • The former Democratic congresswoman was the first major-party woman to run for vice president.

    Photos of the Day

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