You go, girls.
The party has 700 members–including 38 men–and will fund candidates through membership fees, [one of the founders and candidates, Justine] Caines told the Adelaide Advertiser. The party platform will emphasize issues such as paid maternity leave, child care and career support. Caines said it is not likely the party can make significant inroads into Australia’s two-party system but can help put women’s issues on the public agenda.
Would it work in the United States? Who knows. Who’s asking.
But bless these voters and concerned residents of Australia for trying to make an impact.