YES! His "nice guy" act may sway some women voters.
20% (10 votes)
NO! There’s no reason why a woman would vote for him.
80% (40 votes)
Total votes: 50

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DLS 2 years 9 hours ago

Although as a woman he can not appeal to me ever because I have been listening to both sides for years I do believe he can sway some women who have not been paying attention and do not know what the republican party has been saying and Mitt Romney did not know any women to hire for his Gubinitorial cabinate and needed binders full of women. A sensable woman could not vote for him.

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HalFonts 2 years 8 hours ago

Unless one is simply skimming the surface; this entire election is becoming a caricature of a Kafkaesque farce.

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humanitys team 2 years 1 hour ago

The women in America can sink the republican party ,they must vote for there self interest and choose control over what happen,s to there own bodies .

Get out there and vote ladies ,we have to have a more balanced society and empowering the right,s of women is a step out of the dark ages the republican party and the christian right who back them believe in a god that want,s and need,s something from humans the new spirituality causes us to remember that we have free will and no choice is a wrong choice and that we are all one and all divine beings having a physical experience.

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IvonneGar 1 year 52 weeks ago

The Railroad ticket (Romney and Ryan) is retrogressive to the core. I have a problem with Romney's gray matter, is there any there? He doesn't know whether he is coming or going. Who can answer why Mr. Obama did not hit Romney hard with the most recent outsourcing that will happen on November 5h? I am talking about Sonata Technologies.

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