In support of the Clinton/Warren choice, we know that women are a greater number of registered voters in the United States. That includes all parties — Democrats, Republicans and independents. In the 2012 presidential election, women were the larger number of voters. Of course, that does not mean they will vote for two women. The issues of pro-life and pro-choice along with all the rest will still matter. However, independent women may be the key to a Clinton/Warren win. They may agree that the time has come for the United States to join Britain, India, Brazil, Germany and other major countries in choosing a woman for president. Hillary Clinton would remain the reason they vote Democratic, while Elizabeth Warren would add her strengths to the ticket. Together, they would prove that the research and evidence is right: Women are better negotiators and compromisers when working with divisive factions. We need a leadership team to bring the fractured Congress and executive office back together.