By Nakisha Williams
Updated September 19, 2012 at 09:00 PM EDT

Beyoncé — along with husband Jay-Z — may have helped raised $4 million for President Obama’s re-election campaign at last night’s $40,000-a-ticket fundraiser, but she’s not stopping there.

Along with her mother, Tina Knowles, the singer-actress-designer has unveiled a set of pro-Obama baby onesies under her House of Deréon label.

Giving new meaning to the words “rock the vote,” the 3-pack of cotton undershirts (which retails for $65) is among the latest products added to the Runway to Win campaign collection, which launched last February.

T-shirts, tote bags, accessories and other Obama-themed swag included in the line were created by an array of fashion designers and celebrities who support the president, including Vera Wang, Tory Burch and Sarah Jessica Parker. A crew neck shirt ($45) designed by Ricky Martin is emblazoned with the words “Estados/Estamos Unidos.”

While gear from Jason Wu, Tracy Reese and more of Mrs. Obama’s go-to designers has already sold out, fashion-minded FLOTUS fans can still buy a set of red-white-and-blue nail polish from Le Métier de Beauté’s Richard Blanch, a fine art campaign button by jewelry designer Eddie Borgo, or a “Made in USA” scarf designed by Yigal Azrouel.

If the GOP is more your style, Mitt Romney’s official campaign store also stocks a range of apparel and accessories, though none of the Republican candidate’s wares come with a designer label.

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