But Long Island pre-K teacher Katherine Fenton says neither candidate really gave a good response to her question.
"I was grateful to hear that they have done good things to help qualified women in the workforce," she said. "But I wanted to know their future plans."
"You know, I still find that I'm undecided because I was so grateful for that opportunity yesterday and I heard a lot of really wonderful responses and points but at the same time, a lot of the questions were kind of danced around more than answered explicitly," she said. "So, like, I can't say I've come out with a preference for either side."
Fenton did, however, give the edge to President Obama, saying Mitt Romney appeared more prepared "but a little more rattled."