By Julian Teekaram, Weekend anchor/Video Journalist - bio | email
The crowd applauded and cheered as Ann Romney spoke about her husband, GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney, at the University of Findlay. In this rally, Mrs. Romney specifically asked women voters to support her other half. Romney says the economy is a major reason women should elect her husband.
Most experts say this political race is about the economy, but there's been much talk about how stiff and disconnected Mitt Romney can come off. Ann says he's quite the opposite, sticking by her side during her struggles with breast cancer and multiple sclerosis.
Both Ann Romney and First Lady Michelle Obama received praise for their speeches at their respective party conventions. Although many are comparing the two women, Ann Romney doesn't see it as a competition.
Your News Now asked Romney if she'd seen Mrs. Obama's speech Tuesday night. She said she'd caught clips of it and thought the first lady looked and sounded great. She also says she's happy they both had the opportunity to express the love and gratitude they share for their husbands.
Ann Romney will continue her campaign efforts in Ohio. She speaks in Cincinnati on Thursday.