Move over, men. Women are mobilizing for the fall elections. "We do all the work. We deserve to have a voice on the direction of the country," says Sonja Eddings Brown, a founder of a new conservative group, The Kitchen Cabinet. Backed by some prominent women such as Susan Allen, wife of former Virginia Sen. George Allen, Brown is launching an aggressive bid to get 1 million new women to vote this November on thekitchencabinet.us. The recession and jobs top the Kitchen Cabinet's issues. "The No. 1 moral issue this year is the economy," says Brown, who looks to the Tea Party and Sarah Palin as examples of the change agents she wants to associate with. While still in its infancy, the group is fast becoming the buzz in the conservative and Tea Party movements because of its aim to give moms, upset with Washington spending and debt, a voice and vote. Brown's goal: dumping Democratic majorities. "We want to change the leadership in Washington," she says.