Ideological Differences Between Female and Male County Party Chairs
This study compares the ideologies of female and male county party chairs. The data, which are drawn from a 2000 survey of county Democratic and Republican party leaders, show modest gender differences. Women in both parties tend to be more liberal than men on a variety of issues. These gender differences, however, are minor. Women and men in both parties have about the same levels of partisan experience, and, it is speculated, they tend to converge towards organizational norms.
Paddock, Joel, and Elizabeth Paddock. "Ideological differences between female and male county party chairs." The Social Science Journal 41, no. 2 (2004): 225-234.