Here’s a sampling of what we heard:
“It is extremely patronizing to women to assume and frankly expect their vote simply because of gender. It should be based on the issues, including who will be a better advocate for women,” Sarah Michael wrote on Facebook.
“Feminists choosing her just because she is a woman, is the opposite of what feminism means. A ‘person’ should be elected by their records, not their gender,” Melissa Pugh wrote.
“How do you figure millennial women are all feminists? Having taught high school to these young women, I would say very few of them are feminists. But people are right, and women having a choice to vote for the candidate who speaks for them best is feminism,” Kandi Kipp said on Facebook.