Win With Women 2012 (Video)

“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:

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Photo Credit: screenshot from youtube video


Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener5 years ago


Debbie L.
Debbie Lim5 years ago


Janet K.
Janet K5 years ago

More women NEEDED in politics!

Beverly G.
bev g5 years ago

more women wanted in politics

Chad A.
Chad A5 years ago

The US misrepresents women until there are at least 51% in the Senate.

Nimue Pendragon

I am woman, hear me roar!

Robert F.
Robert F5 years ago

Win with women!!! But not at the expense of men. There is a new paradigm in the making that will be based on equality, men with women, women with men, working together, gaining strength and insight from each other. The old ideal of masculine dominance is coming to an end. The older matriarchal ideal of feminine superiority will not work either.

Men need more women in politics, and in business, in order to find their true masculinity standing alongside the femininity of women. We may be in the process of creating an equiarchy, a balance of patriarchal and matriarchal ideals into one new vision of equality.

Holly Lawrence
Holly Lawrence5 years ago

YAY Barbara! Move over men .. it's damn time!

Joe R.
Joe R5 years ago

Must agree with the author - "Go Barbara!"

@ Steven L I thought Ms Boxer wasn't quite looking like herself in the photo! Nice catch.

Don H.
Don H5 years ago

Gene J, I'm with you.

I say we just hand it over to women. They can't possibly do worse than the idiots we have running things now.