Would-Be First Ladies in the Spotlight As the presidential election season marches on, the spotlight has also fallen upon the candidates' wives. Gina McCauley of the Web site Michelle Obama Watch and Judy Muller, a professor of journalism at the Annenberg School for Communication, talk about how they are being covered.
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Would-Be First Ladies in the Spotlight

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Would-Be First Ladies in the Spotlight

Would-Be First Ladies in the Spotlight

Would-Be First Ladies in the Spotlight

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As the presidential election season marches on, the spotlight has also fallen upon the candidates' wives. Gina McCauley of the Web site Michelle Obama Watch and Judy Muller, a professor of journalism at USC's Annenberg School for Communication, talk with Tony Cox about how they are being covered.