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Briefing Resource List

The Gender of Politics:
How (and How Much) Will Women Influence Election 2000?

Tuesday, April 18, 2000

Briefing Participants
Other Resources
Analysts and Researchers
Women’s Political Organizations
Voter Education/Information
Additional Voter Education Websites
National Political Parties
Political Analysts/Strategists
Emerging Issues in Reproductive Health, Program Contacts

Briefing Participants

    Mollyann Brodie, PhD, Vice President and
    Director of Public Opinion and Media Research
    Tina Hoff, Director,
    Public Health Information and Communications
    Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
    2400 Sand Hill Road
    Menlo Park, CA 94025
    Press contact: Amy Weitz
    Tel. 650.854.9400
    Fax. 650.854.7465

    Kellyanne Fitzpatrick, JD
    CEO and President
    The Polling Company
    1220 Connecticut Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20036
    Press contact: Maria Rauch
    Tel. 202.667.6557
    Fax. 202.467.6551

    Anna Greenberg, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Public Policy
    John F. Kennedy School of Government
    Harvard University
    79 JFK Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    Tel. 617.495.8343
    Fax. 617.495.8696

    Timothy F. Mooney
    Vice President, Political Affairs
    400 N. Capitol Street, NW, Suite G-100
    Washington, DC 20001
    Press contact: Keith Appell
    Tel. 703.683.5004, ext.112
    Fax. 703.683.1703

    Sheila O’Connell
    Political Director
    EMILY’s List
    805 15th Street, NW, Suite 400
    Washington, DC 20005
    Press contact: Elizabeth Pine
    Tel. 202.326.1400
    Fax. 202.326.1415

Other Resources

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