„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.“

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