The 2022 midterm elections was the first after the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision tossed aside protections for reproductive rights under Roe v. Wade. As a result, women voters decidedly rejected Republican candidates, helping turn a long-assumed projected "red wave" into a "red trickle." As we head into the 2024 presidential election, not much has changed. And according to Lauren Leader, co-founder and CEO of All In Together, women voters are still galvanized and looking to continue having an impact electorally. Lauren joins the podcast to explain how women continue to have a political impact--local is best!--and provides a little tea-reading as to how women voters will influence the upcoming election.