Los Angeles is electing a new Mayor on Tuesday, and the winner will be the Democrat. That's because the runoff election is between TWO progressive, pro-choice Democrats: Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel. What makes this race interesting is that, if elected, candidate Greuel would become the first woman to lead the nation's second largest city. When faced with the choice of two candidates with such similar positions and records, what criteria do voters use to make their selection? Is gender the only valid one? Sarah Auerswald and Yvonne Condes of MomsLA and CoolMom Daphne Brogdon join Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills in this political discussion co-production between MOMocrats and K12 News Network, produced by Engender Media Group.