Roundup: Election Day edition

Activists remind us why women need to hit the polls, and pro-choice organizations scrutinize returns

By Tracy Clark-Flory
Published November 3, 2010 12:18AM (EDT)
  • Tonight, Planned Parenthood is keeping score of reproductive rights wins and losses with its election map.
  • EMILY's List rolls out a killer team of female activists and writers, including Salon's own Rebecca Traister, for its election night commentary.
  • NOW's Terry O'Neill argues, "When women don't vote, extremists win."
  • Oh and by the way? It's the 90th anniversary of women winning the right to vote.
  • However some, like Jezebel's Anna North, won't be exercising that right after missing registration deadlines.
  • Karen Middleton explains why her goal above all is getting more women elected at all levels of office.

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