With U.S. ‘at a crossroads,’ women in suburbs wield election power

Clockwise, from top left: Issaquah’s Yvette Carter is not crazy about Donald Trump but will vote for him because she doesn’t trust Hillary Clinton. (Erika Schultz/The Seattle Times)
Clockwise, from top left: Issaquah's Yvette Carter is not crazy about Donald Trump but doesn't trust Hillary Clinton. Edmonds business owner Petra Rousu favors Clinton. Republican Party activist Olga Farnam, of Snohomish, backs Trump. Kirsten Myers, who works in Edmonds, supports Clinton. (Erika Schultz/The Seattle Times)

Women voters — particularly those in the suburbs — are considered key to victory in the presidential race. In the Seattle area, these voters have trended more Democratic over the years.

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