The stories “Kidnapping a Candidate,” “The Year of the Woman,” “Prepping Women for the White House” and "How to Start a Women's Party" speak to issues women face in running for office, and demonstrates strategies to address them.

In looking at these different tactics, do you find them "gendered female" in any particular way? Are they responding to any specific "supply," "demand" or "overarching" factors? What do you find to be some of the pros and cons of the different strategies?