First Ladies Pursue Women Voters Michelle Obama talks kitchen table issues with women in Pontiac, Mich. Wednesday. Both Cindy McCain and Mrs. Obama are trying to appeal to working women and stay-at-home moms.
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First Ladies Pursue Women Voters

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First Ladies Pursue Women Voters

First Ladies Pursue Women Voters

First Ladies Pursue Women Voters

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Michelle Obama talks kitchen table issues with women in Pontiac, Mich. Wednesday. Both Cindy McCain and Mrs. Obama are trying to appeal to working women and stay-at-home moms. We talk to working women about how the candidates' wives will affect their votes this fall.