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U.S. First Lady campaigns for Obama

2012-10-10 05:21:23 GMT2012-10-10 13:21:23(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama attends a running campaign for her husband, President Barack Obama in Loudoun County, Virginia, Oct. 9, 2012. U.S. Republican challenger Mitt Romney, largely viewed as the winner of the first U.S. presidential debate last week, is evenly split with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama in voters' support, according to the post-debate Gallup polls released on Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Yi'ou)

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama attends a running campaign for her husband, President Barack Obama in Loudoun County, Virginia, Oct. 9, 2012. U.S. Republican challenger Mitt Romney, largely viewed as the winner of the first U.S. presidential debate last week, is evenly split with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama in voters' support, according to the post-debate Gallup polls released on Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Yi'ou)

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama attends a running campaign for her husband, President Barack Obama in Loudoun County, Virginia, Oct. 9, 2012. U.S. Republican challenger Mitt Romney, largely viewed as the winner of the first U.S. presidential debate last week, is evenly split with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama in voters' support, according to the post-debate Gallup polls released on Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Yi'ou)

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama attends a running campaign for her husband, President Barack Obama in Loudoun County, Virginia, Oct. 9, 2012. U.S. Republican challenger Mitt Romney, largely viewed as the winner of the first U.S. presidential debate last week, is evenly split with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama in voters' support, according to the post-debate Gallup polls released on Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Yi'ou)

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama attends a running campaign for her husband, President Barack Obama in Loudoun County, Virginia, Oct. 9, 2012. U.S. Republican challenger Mitt Romney, largely viewed as the winner of the first U.S. presidential debate last week, is evenly split with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama in voters' support, according to the post-debate Gallup polls released on Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Yi'ou)

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama attends a running campaign for her husband, President Barack Obama in Loudoun County, Virginia, Oct. 9, 2012. U.S. Republican challenger Mitt Romney, largely viewed as the winner of the first U.S. presidential debate last week, is evenly split with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama in voters' support, according to the post-debate Gallup polls released on Monday. (Xinhua/Wang Yi'ou)

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama campaigned for her husband, President Barack Obama in Loudoun County, Virginia, Oct. 9, 2012.

U.S. Republican challenger Mitt Romney, largely viewed as the winner of the first U.S. presidential debate last week, is evenly split with Democratic incumbent Barack Obama in voters' support, according to the post-debate Gallup polls released on Monday.

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