WomenCount PAC


July 1, 2008


Dear Friends,

It is time to send a clear, unequivocal message – we have started a movement. The passion and energy that the Democratic primaries ignited is stronger than ever, and now it is our job – our responsibility – to put it to good use.

In the wake of this historic campaign, we have turned our focus to the urgent issues that still need to be addressed. We heard your outrage over the flagrant, often hostile, gender bias in the campaign. We will respond. We paid attention to your call for recognition of the votes and values of the 18 million people who supported Hillary Clinton. We will demand answers.  We listened when Hillary proudly proclaimed, "There are no acceptable limits and there are no acceptable prejudices in the twenty-first century." We will stand for none.

To be successful, we need you and millions more who feel like we all do. If you are still reeling from the sexism and discriminatory nominating process that was unveiled in this campaign, now more than ever, we need your voice. Signup at www.womencountpac.com and forward this message to all of your friends who feel the same way.

In only six weeks we have raised $500,000 and gathered thousands of supporters. WomenCount PAC has proven that we are a formidable force. We answered the call when there was a desperate need to stop the media and the Democratic Party in their tracks. Our “Not So Fast” ad got their attention, along with rave reviews from women across the country. We are working around the clock to ensure that the movement will have the maximum impact and effectiveness. Stay tuned for the launch of our next campaign - you'll have a big role to play.

Remember, 18 million cracks is only the beginning.

Join our movement.

Together, we will shatter the ceiling!

Join us,

The WomenCount PAC Team
WomenCount PAC was created to ensure that the 51 percent of American citizens who are women  have their values and votes counted in the political process. So far in the 2008 election cycle, WomenCount has run a series of ads related to the presidential campaign and made contributions to several women candidates for Congress.

Contributions to WomenCount PAC are not tax-deductible. Contributions will be used in federal elections, and are subject to federal law regarding prohibited sources and limits. Contributions to WomenCount PAC are limited to $5,000 per calendar year. Contributions from corporations and labor unions are prohibited. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year.