2010 is the Year of the Angry and Ticked Off Woman
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|Wed, 11-03-2010 - 10:05am|
In past elections, political analysts talked about the importance of wooing soccer moms. Years later, the term "security moms" entered the political vernacular. And now, in an iVillage interview, Andrea Mitchell, one of NBC's leading political correspondents and host of her own show on MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell Reports, says 2010 may be the year of a new crucial voting bloc: "angry" and "ticked off" moms and non-moms.
Asked by iVillage's Chief Correspondent Kelly Wallace about which group of women voters might hold sway on Election Day, Mitchell responded, "I just think the angry moms -- the ticked off moms -- and non-moms, the women who just want to come out and say I want to be heard."