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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

First Lady Obama's Upcoming Campaigning Schedule

"If the election were held today, I think it would be close, but I think we'd win. And we now have 99 days left. If I can say that every day for the next 99 days, then we'll be able to embark on the next phase of this journey."  -  President Obama


As the election is indeed less than a few months away, First Lady Michelle is doing her part to help her husband's campaign, and she's fired up, and ready to go.

Fresh off her Olympic visit in London, she now gears up to embark upon a multi-state campaign speaking tour.

See below for official schedule, which begins tomorrow, August 1, 2012.

First Lady Obama's 2012 campaign appearances heating up.
UPCOMING GUIDANCE FOR FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Greensboro, NC – First Lady Michelle Obama will speak to grassroots supporters at a campaign event in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Raleigh, NC * 6:25 PM ET - First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver remarks at a campaign fundraising event in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

Holderness, NH - First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver remarks at a campaign fundraising event in Holderness, New Hampshire.

Laconia, NH  - First Lady Michelle Obama will speak to grassroots supporters at a campaign event in Laconia, New Hampshire.

Manchester, NH - First Lady Michelle Obama will speak to grassroots supporters at a campaign event in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Friday, August 3rd, 2012
Springfield, MA - First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver remarks at a campaign fundraising event in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Pittsfield, MA - First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver remarks at a campaign fundraising event in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 

Richmond, MA - First Lady Michelle Obama will attend a campaign fundraising dinner in Richmond, Massachusetts.

To that end, the President Obama speaking at a campaign fundraiser last evening said the following:

"I'm confident that we are running a good campaign" and will continue to do so, but Democrats are "being outspent substantially....we're going to have to continue to compete ... make sure that we can get our message out effectively..."the need for voters in these swing states know not just what they’re voting against but what they’re voting for."

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