Should women support Hillary because she’s a woman?
Noted editor Bonnie Fuller has launched Bonnie Fuller Media to meet the evolving needs of her longtime loyal following. Twice named Advertising Age's "Editor of the Year," she's been responsible for some of the magazine world's most well-recognized titles, including having served as Vice President and Chief Editorial Director of American Media (Star, Shape, Men's Fitness, Natural Health, and Fit Pregnancy) and Editor-in-Chief of US Weekly, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, YM, and FLARE magazines. Generally credited with inventing the “celebrity lens" school of journalism, she is a frequent contributor to a variety of media outlets including HuffingtonPost.com and Advertising Age and regularly participates on media industry panels.
Question: Should women support Hillary because she’s a woman
Fuller: No. I think that when people look at who . . . and when women look at who they’re going to vote for this election, they’re going to be looking at each candidate’s policies; and their . . . you know and their backgrounds; and they are going to make their judgments. And the fact that she’s a woman may be important to some women, but I’m not sure that just the fact that she’s a woman . . . like I don’t know that they would vote for any woman just because she’s a woman. I think they’re going to give Hillary fair consideration, just like hopefully they’re going to give all candidates fair consideration. Recorded On: 1/30/08
Voters should focus on the issues, Fuller says.
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