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Origins of the GOP gender gap

  Steve Kornacki and the Up panel delve into the origins of the gender gap in politics, and when the GOP started seeing a divergence with women voters.

Pro-choice, Democratic female candidates get Emily's List support

  Emily's List is a Democratic advocacy group aimed at supporting the political campaigns of pro-choice female candidates, and President Stephanie Schriock joins Morning Joe to discuss their efforts.

How GOP can appeal again to conservative Dems and Independents

  Must-Read Op-Eds: Joe Scarborough reads from Peggy Noonan's latest WSJ column on how the GOP can course correct following the 2012 elections.

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