the suburban women problem podcast
The Suburban Women Problem
“We’ve got to address the suburban women problem, because it’s real.” – Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham
In the most hotly contested districts in America, suburban women are breaking up with the Republican Party and remaking American politics — transforming their own lives and getting political for the first time. Each week, Rachel, Jasmine, and Amanda find out why.
Rachel Vindman thought she’d be a card-carrying member of the GOP forever, until President Trump called her husband a traitor.
Microbiologist Jasmine Clark never dreamed of running for office, but then 2016 happened. Now she’s the first Black woman ever elected to represent her suburban district.
The Suburban Women Problem is a podcast from Red Wine & Blue. Through two seasons we’ve had featured interviews with nationally known guests such as Soledad O’Brien, Shannon Watts, Cory Booker, Mary Trump, Cecile Richards, and more. We’ve covered a variety of topics that matter to suburban women like the future of women’s healthcare, book bans, attacks on public education, gun violence and school safety, and threats to our democracy. Along the way we’ve had amazing, authentic conversations with our “Troublemakers” – ordinary women making good trouble in their communities. These Troublemakers often come from our network of over half a million Red Wine & Blue members, who connect online and in their local communities to make a difference.
As we enter our third season, the podcast has celebrated almost 700,000 downloads and more than 90 episodes. Our hosts have been featured on MSNBC, CNN and in national print outlets to discuss the impact and motivations of suburban women, a key part of Democratic victories in the 2022 midterms. We continue to inspire women to become politically active with authentic conversations, factual information, and easy community action.
Want to know what’s causing the GOP’s suburban women problem? Then tune in for a political journey through the minds of suburban women, brought to you every Wednesday by Red Wine & Blue.
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