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Entrepreneurial Women Speak Out on Election 2008
Aired:
02/05/2008
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Three entrepreneurial women from Connecticut talk about what issues are important to them

 

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Left to Right: Yvonne Davis, Jean Blake-Jackson, and Carol Mackenzie: Photo by Marie KuhnLeft to Right: Yvonne Davis, Jean Blake-Jackson, and Carol Mackenzie: Photo by Marie Kuhn

WNPR's Marie Kuhn spoke with three entrepreneurial women from Connecticut, about the issues important to them in the upcoming election. She met with them at the Entrepreneurial Center, in Hartford, Conn.

 

 

Listen to the voices of…

Jean Blake-Jackson, Director of the Entrepreneurial Center, University of Hartford. Blake-Jackson strives to motivate women to vote. She thinks that women’s vote will really make a difference in the upcoming election. Listen...

Carol MacKenzie, a licensed clinical social worker who teaches Human Sexual Behavior at the University of Hartford. MacKenzie is the first in her family to vote as a democrat. She says Barack Obama reminds her of the excitement she felt during the JFK years. Listen...

Yvonne Davis, president and CEO of Davis Communications LLC. Davis served as a presidential appointee to George W. Bush. Davis said she feels that this campaign will be the most exciting campaign she has experienced in her whole political campaign. Listen...


 
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