The campaign management teams that handle the possible reelection of the President Barack Obama and the Republican Mitt Romney stated that both contenders in the race for the White House are still tied. Romney and Obama remain between 47% and 48% in some key-states like Ohio.
There is the saying “Behind every great man there is a great women”, this sentence applies itself in the case of Michelle Obama and Ann Romney, since the presidential race also focuses in the future first ladies, because they have been in charge of “illuminating”, the presidential battle with that represent the two different identities of North America.
The current first lady, Michelle Obama, 48, is an Afro-American born in Chicago, from a working class family. While Ann Romney, 63, belongs to a rich white-family of Michigan. Michelle studied sociology and law in Princeton and Harvard, two prestigious universities of his country. Meanwhile Ann has a major in French in the Brigham Young University, which they managed to get through some shares that allowed them to study without having to work.
Michelle Obama passed to the history as the wife of the first Afro-American president of the United States. “Barack still is the man whom I fell in love with,” said to show the human side of a president that in her words, “defends the honesty, integrity and humility”.
Ann Romney has earned the recognition of a fighting woman, after overcoming breast cancer and having to deal every day with multiple sclerosis that she suffers. She humanizes the image of her husband, an apparent cold, distant and successful businessman. “He looks for me in the public and founds me where I am. And almost after every answer he gives, he looks for me in the audience to ask me if has done it well?”. AV