Galvanized by #MeToo, these women are running for office
These women candidates with personal experiences with sexual misconduct and assault say President Trump helped galvanize a political movement. Now they’re running for public office. Hear how Democrats Katie Muth, Myya Jones, and Rachel Crooks are looking to make change in their respective states.
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