“There’s nothing like the sound of a woman’s voice,” sing Tierney Sutton and Mitch Forman.
Senator Barbara Boxer and her PAC for a Change just released their first “official” music video, “A Woman’s Voice,” written by Oscar-winning songwriters Alan & Marilyn Bergman and Marvin Hamlisch, and performed by Sutton and Forman, to showcase the incredible women running for the U.S. Senate in 2012.
It’s a beautiful song, exquisitely sung, and a powerful video that highlights how far we have come in creating a more equal society — and the impact we could make by electing the most women in history to the U.S. Senate this November.
As Barbara Boxer explains on the website:
“In 2012, we can make history by electing these incredible women. When I first ran in 1992, women were only two percent of the U.S. Senate. In this election, we have the chance to make women more than 20 percent — if we act now!”
The best way we can fight back against the war on women is to WINWITHWOMEN2012!
As one of her California constituents, I say “Go Barbara!”
Check out this awesome video:
Photo Credit: screenshot from youtube video