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Why this 26-year-old thinks a wave of voter anger will carry women into power

Tori Taylor thinks that 2016 will truly be the year of the woman. In describing her work as manager for state and local campaigns at Emily’s List, she says she’s seeing a lot of enthusiasm — and a lot of anger from women across the country. And she believes that’s translating into more women running for office themselves. It’s her job to make sure they win.

Fusion is profiling 30 women, all 30 or younger, who will change the presidential election—fighting for causes as diverse as their backgrounds, each wielding power in a unique way. You can check out their stories here and talk about them with the hashtag #the30.

Editor’s note: Since we filmed her episode of The 30, Taylor has left her job with Emily’s List, taking the experience she gained working on state and local campaigns to the Center for American Progress, where she now heads up work on state issues and advocacy.

Why this 26-year-old thinks a wave of voter anger will carry women into power

Tori Taylor thinks that 2016 will truly be the year of the woman. In describing her work as manager for state and local campaigns at Emily’s List, she says she’s seeing a lot of enthusiasm — and a lot of anger from women across the country. And she believes that’s translating into more women running for office themselves. It’s her job to make sure they win.

Fusion is profiling 30 women, all 30 or younger, who will change the presidential election—fighting for causes as diverse as their backgrounds, each wielding power in a unique way. You can check out their stories here and talk about them with the hashtag #the30.

Editor’s note: Since we filmed her episode of The 30, Taylor has left her job with Emily’s List, taking the experience she gained working on state and local campaigns to the Center for American Progress, where she now heads up work on state issues and advocacy.

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