05.09.2012 [Politico] - CHARLOTTE, N.C. – First lady Michelle Obama set out to do for Democrats Tuesday exactly what Republicans wanted Ann Romney to do: humanize her husband, making him more appealing and accessible to voters whose connection has wavered.
05.09.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - Michelle Obama rarely mentions Mitt Romney by name. But everything she says during this presidential campaign is meant to draw a contrast between her husband and his Republican challenger. Skip to next paragraph. In Pictures: First lady Michelle Obama
05.09.2012 [USA TODAY] - CHARLOTTE — Michelle Obama spent Wednesday morning trying to fire up two key members of the Democratic base: African Americans and Hispanics. In separate remarks before both the African American Caucus and the Hispanic Caucus, the first lady
05.09.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - With her husband and daughters watching from the White House, first lady Michelle Obama described President Barack Obama as sympathetic toward struggling Americans. She made her speech at Tuesday's Democratic National Convention in Charlotte
07.09.2012 [NASDAQ] - Through her political prowess, First Lady Michelle Obama has amassed immense popularity through her community programs concerning child obesity, arts and humanities after-school programs and most importantly, " Joining Forces ", a program
07.09.2012 [Huffington Post] - If that's not an official FLOTUS motto, it should be, as First Lady Michelle Obama wrapped up her Democratic National Convention fashion tear on Thursday in a stunning eggplant printed dress -- right alongside her mom Marian Robinson. The first lady
07.09.2012 [ABC News] - Michelle Obama's Speech Quietly Attacks Mitt Romney. First lady never mentions husband's rival by name at Democratic Convention. 09/05/2012. Related Links: Watch: Michelle Obama at DNC: 'How Hard You Work' More Important Than Income · WATCH
06.09.2012 [ABC News (blog)] - CHARLOTTE, N.C. – First lady Michelle Obama, accompanied by Jill Biden, rallied women voters on the closing day of the Democratic National Convention here, prodding them to work hard in behalf of her husband's re-election campaign and highlighting