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  • Gloria Steinem encourages Clinton supporters to Get Out The Vote

    Gloria Steinem, the iconic feminist activist, spoke to a group of Hillary Clinton supporters Monday, Oct. 19, 2016, at Boise State University for a Get Out the Vote event organized by Idaho Democrats. She had words for Republicans, too. “In a Republican state, it would be important to take back the Republican party,” she says, noting that it was the first party to support the equal rights amendment.

Gloria Steinem encourages Clinton supporters to Get Out The Vote

Gloria Steinem, the iconic feminist activist, spoke to a group of Hillary Clinton supporters Monday, Oct. 19, 2016, at Boise State University for a Get Out the Vote event organized by Idaho Democrats. She had words for Republicans, too. “In a Republican state, it would be important to take back the Republican party,” she says, noting that it was the first party to support the equal rights amendment.
Bill Dentzer Idaho Statesman