„Sometimes there is a tendency to talk about women as though we are a herd…women believe this or women want that. But we very much vote on the issues depending on what's important.“

G. Robert Hillman, "New Bush Campaign Aims to Appeal to Women Voters," Dallas Morning News, May 12, 2004.

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