The Working Woman Vote

The Working Woman Vote

Episode 56–The Working Woman Vote

The 2020 elections are upon us, but how does the working woman vote factor into the upcoming election?

The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Attorney Zulma Lopez, the Democrat Representative-Elect for the Georgia House of Representatives District 86 in DeKalb County, to talk about this issue.

Attorney Lopez shares how women are changing the face of politics.

Mrs. Lopez talks about her experiences on the campaign trail. She also talks about how women are feeling more empowered than ever.

She also talks about the feedback she got from women about the policies that are the most important to them.

Finally, Mrs. Lopez shares some specific things that working women can do to make a difference in the policies that affect their communities.

 

 

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More About Zulma Lopez

Attorney Zulma Lopez is the Democrat Representative-Elect for the Georgia House of Representatives District 86 in DeKalb County. Attorney Lopez won the runoff election on August 11, 2020, unseating a 30-year incumbent. She will start her two-year term in office in January 2021. 

Mrs. Lopez is also the owner of Lopez Immigration LLC, a law practice specializing in family-based immigration law. 

 

 

 

 

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Women in Politics: Why It Matters

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The Working Woman Radio sits down with Ms. Jannquell Peters, former Mayor of the City of East Point, to discuss the importance of women in politics.

Ms. Peters was elected 33rd Mayor of the City of East Point on December 3, 2013.  Mayor Peters is an attorney, entrepreneur and small business owner. Before taking public office, Jannquell held a variety of positions working with the underrepresented, providing a voice to those without. She has served as a mediator, public defender and a child advocate attorney—the position where she currently serves and represents abused and neglected children and families in foster care.  

 

On this episode, we will discuss the gender biases and double standards that women face as elected officials and political leaders. We will also talk about the day in the life of a political candidate. Finally, we’ll explore ways on how women can balance work and family in a male-dominated field.

For more information about Ms. Peters, visit her website at www.jannquellpeters.com.