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The Fix: Best Ohio Political Blogs-2009
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The New York Times on The New Momism in Politics
The New York Times on Ohio Midterms
The Plain Dealer on electing women The Jewish Weekly on Twitter, Gaza & Israel
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Your Elected Officials
- How Low Can We Go?
- Another Bucket List Item To Be Achieved!
- Prescription Drug Abuse: Who do you know who is “Legally Addicted”?
- Never Giving Up on Making the Ideal Real
- Journalism? Social Media? What the hell is that thing?
- The Power of the Civic Commons – Watch It
- Sanford, New York Doesn’t Need A Ban on Fracking Talk – They Need the Civic Commons
- One Small Step for Hello Kitty, One Giant Step for Girls in Science
- Statement from Ohio Board of Education President, Debe Terhar, on Hitler Facebook Post
- Statement to Ohio Board of Education February 11, 2013 Meeting
- How Low Can We Go? (1)
- yiran: asasa
- Another Bucket List Item To Be Achieved! (1)
- Beatrice L.: It seems like Gilbert doesn’t care one bit about the ill-will he’s...
- Statement to Ohio Board of Education February 11, 2013 Meeting (3)
- Eric: RE: “ignorance and ideology that only serves to make Americans more uninformed”...
- The Power of the Civic Commons – Watch It (2)
- Statement from Ohio Board of Education President, Debe Terhar, on Hitler Facebook Post (4)
- One Small Step for Hello Kitty, One Giant Step for Girls in Science (1)
- up2jj: It’s really funny!
- How Low Can We Go? (1)
Never again will you have to sit in silence should you hear anyone say that they just couldn’t find a woman to ask or write or blog or do commentary about something in politics. Enjoy!
1. 2010 Must-Read Political Blogs by Women (nonpartisan list out this month)
2. 30 Political Mom Bloggers Who Will Change Your Vote (nonpartisan list out his month, limited to moms)
3. #43-58 of 100 Conservative Blogs (partisan list from September 2010)
4. Top 20 Political Bloggers (nonpartisan list, limited to moms, 2010)
5. The Political Voices of Women – Over 500 Women Political Bloggers (nonpartisan list, not limited to moms, began in 2008 but updated continuously)
6. 101 Women Bloggers to Watch in 2010 (nonpartisan list, not limited to moms, January 2010)
7. Top 50 Influential African American Political Blogs (includes some authored by women)
8. For local women’s political blogging, check out this November 2009 list of progressives in Texas
9. BlogHer Women Political Blogger search toolbar (a great widget created in 2008 and still going)
10. Bonus link from Morra Aarons at techPresident, when, in 2007, she gazed into the future with, “Women Online: Facts, Figures, and the 2008 Election.”
Got more to list? Please do! Add them in the comments and we’ll update this post. Especially of interest: state lists because we love to get the local flavor of what is happening on the ground.
Cross-posted from Woman and Politics.
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