Dolan can answer questions and provide analysis on the campaign, including the impact of the record number of women candidates in the presidential race. She can also talk about the gender gap in voting, public opinion, and how gender stereotypes might affect women candidates. Dolan is co-editor in chief of the American Journal of Political Science.
"There's less evidence that people hold what we think of as classic gender stereotypes," Prof. Dolan says of the political landscape post-2010.
There is very little evidence for a gender-affinity effect,” says Kathleen Dolan, a political science professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee who has studied the subject. “Partisan and racial affinity are much stronger."