BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — 7 Eyewitness News Reporter Madison Carter sits down with women in politics to discuss barriers to entry.
City of Buffalo comptroller Barbara Miller-Williams discusses her political career and the early issues she faced working to make it to elected office as a new comer.
Former Erie County legislator Lynne Dixon discusses her experiences being a woman running in the County Executive race, and also how the public looks at women as "mothers" before politicians.
Melodie Baker discusses run for the NY-27 district seat left vacant by Chris Collins. She talks about the issues she faced that caused her to exit the race citing a number of encounters with county chairs in her own party.
See the full, unedited, discussion here.