When it comes to women, Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.) just can't seem to get it right.
On Tuesday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that the Missouri Senate candidate's campaign was forced to take down its "Women for Akin" site after the paper pointed out that one of the women in the prominent photo was not a supporter of Akin, and, in fact, worked on behalf of his opponent, incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.).
The website featured a photo of Akin standing with his wife and two women, but one of the women was Corinne Matti, a tracker for the state's Democratic Party.
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But that wasn't the only mistake. Text to the right of the photo read, "I'm a women and I support Todd."
Of course, "women" should be the singular "woman."
For its part, the Akin campaign told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that this was a draft version of the site that wasn't yet supposed to go live.
The paper heard from a McCaskill spokesperson, so click over to the Post-Dispatch to see what she had to say about the image.
The website gaffe is particularly significant because of the Missouri congressman's comments last month that women who are victims of "legitimate rape" can "shut down" their bodies against pregnancy.
This isn't the first embarrassing mistake the campaign has made on its website. Just days after Akin's comments, the campaign misspelled "you're" twice when asking supporters to "tell McCaskill that your standing with Todd Akin." At that time, the campaign also briefly featured an image of a fetus next to a petition asking supporters to "stand with pro-life candidate Todd Akin."
"Our polling data says we're going to win this so that's the plan and that's what we're focused on," Akin said last week, according to CNN.
LOOK: "I'm a women and I support Todd."