| February Tue, 2022
Video Clip: Women in U.S. Politics Today
Debbie Walsh, director of Rutgers University Eagleton Institute Center for American Women and Politics, talked about women in U.S. politics today.
| September Tue, 2021
This Moment in Democracy
Eagleton presents This Moment in Democracy, a Fall 2021 update on the Institute's research, academic programs, and public service efforts. Learn more and get involved.
| July Tue, 2021
109 Mayors, All Men. When Will New York Elect a Woman?
"Ms. Garcia and Ms. Wiley both faced an array of challenges during the campaign. They had some institutional support, but less than Mr. Adams did. They were also not viewed as seriously early on as Mr. Yang, even though he had less experience than they did, said Debbie Walsh, director of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University, which analyzes women’s political participation."
| June Tue, 2021
NJ has nearly double the national average of women of color in state politics
"While it is a record number, there's still a lot of room to grow, and there's still a lot of work to be done to get that to be a more equitable percentage," said CAWP Data Services Manager Chelsea Hill.