Women still face an uphill battle in North Carolina politics, despite a national increase in female representation

By Kyra Miles

Republican N.C. State Senator Vickie Sawyer, seen here in a screen shot from a virtual interview, says she doesn’t want her gender to be a deciding factor in elections.

March is Women’s History Month, and 2020 was a record year for women in politics. Kamala Harris is the first woman to be Vice President. A record number of women are serving in Congress and in state legislatures in America. However, in North Carolina, women are still working to be recognized in politics.

Kyra Miles reports.

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