ASK HER IN THE MEDIA

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Ask Her's Kara Levis Speaks with Radio Canada en Francais

Interview with Radio Canada Regarding Women in Politics

Ask Her's Kara Levis Speaks with Radio Canada en Francais

Interview with Radio Canada Regarding Women in Politics

Ask Her Responds to Women Stepping Down from PC Leadership Race

Interview with Danielle Smith on 770

Ask Her's Kerry Cundal and Sarah Elder-Chamanara respond. 

(The interview starts at the 1:30 mark)

Calgary City Council Needs More Women in 2017

Ask Her on CBC Calgary's Homestretch

Ask Her's Esmahan Razavi appeared on CBC Calgary to discuss why city council needs more women.

"A lot of times, women don't think of themselves as politicians. Usually, women become politicians when they're asked to run. That's why we're called Ask Her."

CBC Calgary - May 9, 2016

New Group Encouraging Women to Run for Calgary Council

Ask Her in Metro Calgary

Ask Her appeared in Metro Calgary following its launch.

“Studies show that women are less likely to enter into politics than men is because they don’t receive as much encouragement and often they’re not asked, even thought they might be equally as capable as someone else in the room."

Metro Calgary - May 10, 2016

How do you get more women involved in politics? Ask her.

Ask Her on the Weekend Radio Show with Dr. Greg Glatz

Ask Her on why women make great politicians.

Men outnumber women in politics. How will this be changed? By asking her to run.

The Weekend Radio Show with

Dr. Greg Glatz, August 4, 2016