In the presidential race, some women stayed at home because they didn’t want to vote against their husbands. Now they have had enough
In the months before Donald Trump was elected president, Tara Zrinski knocked on thousands of doors in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley to talk with voters about environmental policy. She hoped that the conversations might help elect Hillary Clinton.
But some of her most poignant interactions were not about policy. They were about husbands.