They are Black, Asian, White, Hispanic, and of every mixed ethnicity imaginable. They are in America's deep South, and at the zenith of New York tower penthouses. They are married, and single, and are caretakers and heads of households, entrepreneurs, clerks, CEOs. They jog and dance, paint, pass culinary secrets to the next generations. And they vote.
Women over 50 are America's most consistent and reliable voters and are often considered to be the anchor of both major political parties, accounting for 28% of all registered voters. Yet, they are often taken for granted. How can leaders at the local, state and federal levels recognize and acknowledge the key role older women voters are playing in our democracy?
The Hill will assemble lawmakers, community leaders, and powerful voices within the 50+ community to discuss what the most reliable voters in America have on their minds and what they need and want from America's policymakers and political leaders.