At last night’s presidential debate, instead of answering a question on gender inequality in the workplace, Mitt Romney gave a bizarre answer about the “binders full of women” he allegedly used to hire women into his Cabinet.**

I don’t know where Mitt gets his binders full of women, but I won’t tease him too much, because we have binders full of women, too.

Binders full of women voters - and men - to contact all over Wisconsin. It’s critical that we have the resources we need to contact and turn out every single one of them. Help us contact the voters we need to win this thing: Chip in $10 or whatever you can today.

I know our ground game is second to none – we can contact everyone in those binders. But with just 20 days left until Election Day, we need some help to make it happen. 

More volunteers are joining us every day, and we need to buy more literature for them to drop, and more phones for them to make calls. With all of our grassroots supporters chipping in $10 or whatever they can today, we’ll have the tools we need to make sure we don’t leave a single vote in the binders.

Let’s win this thing,


** Here’s the real answer to the question Romney wouldn’t answer. He opposed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and never had a single female partner at Bain Capital. Chip in to fund our voter contact program so we can make sure everyone knows the truth.