Gadarian weighs in on the Kavanaugh Effect in USA Today

Gadarian,-Shana"It was just another, additional piece of evidence for Democratic voters and particularly Democratic women that ... women are not valued as much as men and they aren't to be believed, and they don't matter," says Shana Gadarian, associate professor of political science. "Since 2016, there's been a big push against that. That's one reason women say they're running: We need more women's voices. The Kavanaugh hearings were an additional piece of evidence that there needs to be more women's voices in politics." Gadarian was interviewed for the USA Today article "Gender wars: Women were driving the midterms for Democrats. Can a backlash boost the GOP?" 10/12/18