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On July 5, 2015, the Pensacola News Journal published the first of a monthly series of Viewpoint columns provided by the Institute for Women in Politics. We are deeply grateful to the editorial board for their support in spreading the message and mission of IWP throughout the community.

VIEWPOINTS ARCHIVE

November 5, 2017 — Women in Politics: “You Can’t Win If You Don’t Run” Page 1 and Page 2

October 8, 2017 — Voters Expect More from Women

September 10, 2017 — Freedom Creates a Duty to Engage in Politics

August 6, 2017 — Families Benefit When Women Take Office

July 2, 2017 — NW Florida Women Want to Be Part of 2018 Election

June 4, 2017 — Top Advisor Is Coming to Pensacola

May 7, 2017 — NW Florida Needs More Connections

April 2, 2017 — Running for Office Is Not a Leisure Pastime

March 5, 2017 — Patience, Persistence Keys to Win Equality

February 5, 2017 — Leadership Florida an Indispensable Experience for Women Seeking Office

January 1, 2017 — Resolve to Get More Engaged in 2017

December 4, 2016 — Can Right Woman Win District 4 in 2018?

November 6, 2016 — Unscientific Poll: Clinton 3-to-1 Margin

October 2, 2016 — Another First for the Pensacola Area

September 4, 2016 — Restoring Civility Starts with Restoring Respect

August 14, 2016 — Campaign School Reveals Politics Is about People

July 3, 2016 — Think More about What Politics Should Be

June 5, 2016 — Meet Cape Coral’s First Woman Mayor

May 1, 2016 — Meet the Women Running for Congress

April 3, 2016 — Blue Nation or Red? Women Are Key in 2016

March 6, 2016 — New Justice Should Be “Her Honor”

February 7, 2016 — Advice for Escambia District 1 Candidates

January 3, 2016 — Let’s Have Some Clean Political Campaigns

December 6, 2015 — Do Our Daughters Think Politics!

November 1, 2015 — Practice Civic Engagement

October 4, 2015 — Looking for a Few Good Women

September 6, 2015 — Women Fund the Programs, Men Fund the Politics

August 2, 2015 — If Fannie Could Do It, So Can We

July 5, 2015 — Women Are Necessary to Politics