The National Journal reports
that GOP operatives have accused the Republican Party of pushing female staffers away from the leadership paths offered to men.
The focus of this article is on the role of campaign managers. National Journal reports of the key 2013 Senate races, only two out of the 33 GOP campaigns had female campaign managers. And, in the most competitive races -- Republicans have zero women running campaigns.
The point -- with a lack of women in the top spots for campaigns, how will Republicans successfully speak to female voters and how can you successfully advocate positions that impact women voters.
The only answer at this point seems to be -- hire a consulting firm.
This article is an interesting read
and highlights the long journey political parties have as they seek to truly represent women in America.