Headed to Congress with Jenn Taylor-Skinner
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November 13, 2018
The midterms are over (though the recounts and runoffs may not be). So we make sense of what happened—and what’s next—with Jenn Taylor-Skinner, the host of our fave new feminist political podcast, The Electorette. Jenn tells us all about why she’s feeling pretty good about the midterms, how she plans to keep up the momentum into 2020, and why having a bilateral pulmonary embolism—yep, the same thing Serena Williams had—made her take a hard pivot into podcasting in 2017. Now she’s the full-time host of The Electorette—one of Teen Vogue’s picks for political podcasts, and a show you’ve gotta add to your rotation. I just really wanted a space where women could speak without being interrupted. And I had no idea how much I had a hunger for that myself. —Jenn Taylor-Skinner, host, The Electorette Follow Jenn | Follow The Electorette On the agenda More than 100 women are headed to Congress—including the first Native women, the first Muslim women, and the youngest women ever Florida voted to re-enfranchise more than…