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Women and Civic Involvement

Women have helped, on many levels, to shape politics by campaigning for others, or even becoming a congressperson.

[icon_counter flip_type=”vertical_flip_top” flip_box_style=”advanced” box_border_style=”solid” box_border_size=”1″ icon_type=”custom” icon_img=”1379″ img_width=”440″ box_border_color=”#efefef” block_title_back=”Lisa Murkowski at a 1983 Stevens intern reunion.” block_desc_back=”Senator Lisa Murkowski is a former intern of Senator Ted Stevens and considered him a mentor.
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