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September 5th, 2012
06:23 AM ET

Who made the better pitch to women voters: Ann Romney or Michelle Obama? Dana Bash, Margaret Hoover and Maria Cardona break down the speeches

First Lady Michelle Obama closed the first day of the Democratic National Convention, which also included speeches from Newark Mayor Corey Booker, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and a keynote address from rising Democratic star and San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro.

Both the First Lady and Mitt Romney's wife Ann made strong pitches to female voters, who many say could shape the election in November. Who did a better job speaking to the women of the country?

This morning on "Early Start," CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash, along with CNN contributors Margaret Hoover and Maria Cardona, compare First Lady Michelle Obama and Ann Romney's speeches.

soundoff (One Response)
  1. JFT

    Ann Romney came off as the new Leona Helmsley of the Republicans....EPIC FAIL

    September 6, 2012 at 1:46 pm | Reply

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