El Paso, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) — Clinton supporters now face the decision of who to vote for, McCain or Obama. The women voters polled in the U.S. so far say they are leaning toward McCain based on the endorsement of Senator Clinton.
Others are more concerned with which candidate supports expansion of family and medical leave benefits, health care reform and equality of wages between men and women. Michelle Obama is campaigning on the issue saying it will be her focus to increase the attention paid to women’s issues especially those mentioned above. Senator Obama supports women’s rights and supports a woman’s right to choose as well as Roe v. Wade.
NARAL and Planned Parenthood of America members have thrown their support to Obama, which is a large contingent of women voters. Senator McCain supports the repeal of Roe v. Wade, which many women voters say determines his overall grasp of the issues women face today.
On the hot topic of healthcare, Senator Obama supports universal healthcare and all children having health insurance, while Senator McCain supports no mandate on universal healthcare coverage. He does, however, promise affordable healthcare for Americans.
Recent polls have concluded the definite percentage of women supporting Obama over McCain, which should be coming out in the public soon. At that time, an update on this blog will be sent out.
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