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    The Women's Sections Of The 2012 Campaign Stores Look Very Different

    Both the Obama and the Romney campaigns devote sections of their campaign stores to women's interest items. Let's see how the two compare.

    The women's section of the Obama store has a large selection of items.

    Via store.barackobama.com

    Two pages worth, in fact.

    The analogue at the Romney store, "Ann's Collection," has three items.

    Let's compare what's in the two stores:

    store.barackobama.com / Via store.barackobama.com

    The Obama store sells this poster for $20.

    Via store.mittromney.com

    The Romney store sells this bumper sticker for $5.50.

    store.barackobama.com / Via store.barackobama.com

    The Obama store sells these pins for $5.

    Via store.mittromney.com

    The Romney store sells Ann Romney buttons for $3.

    store.barackobama.com / Via store.barackobama.com

    The Obama store sells these t-shirts for $30.

    Via store.mittromney.com

    The Romney store sells these window decals for $8.

    Is it me, or do these campaigns think about their female supporters very differently?