Clinton's top female operatives to appear with Michelle Obama on Friday.

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WASHINGTON--Clinton campaign general counsel Cheryl Mills and Emily List chief Ellen Malcolm--who rustled up a lot of support for the presidential bid of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.)--help Michelle Obama pitch female voters at a luncheon here on Friday.

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from the Obama campaign....

Michelle Obama to Speak at National Partnership for Women and Families 2008 Annual Luncheon

Chicago, IL – This Friday, June 20, Michelle Obama, wife of Senator Barack Obama, will speak at the National Partnership for Women & Families 2008 Annual Luncheon. During the luncheon, Michelle Obama will address the unique challenges facing America’s working families.

In addition to Michelle Obama’s participation, program participants include Debra L. Ness (National Partnership President), Ellen Malcolm (Chair of National Partnership’s Board of Directors), Cheryl Mills (Board of Director member), Tammy Edwards (working mother), and Jennifer Hunt (working mother). They will discuss issues ranging from the Family and Medical Leave Act to quality, affordable health care.

The National Partnership for Women & Families is a non-profit, non-partisan advocacy group dedicated to promoting fairness in the workplace, access to quality health care and policies that help women create a balance between work and family responsibilities.

Details on the event follow below:

Friday, June 20
Hilton Washington Hotel
1919 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, D.C.

Program Begins: 12:00 PM


The only way I would vote for Obama is if Patrick Fitzgerald vets him.

Amen, Bessie; but I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for that.

Well, now that is SILLY, Bessie, with all due respect.
(I'm assuming you're a member of the Democratic party.)
He's our candidate. He did a GREAT speech in Flint Michigan, but the media upstaged him by focusing on Michelle's appearance on the view.
My concern is that the campaign needs the advice of Hillary to get in there. I am convinced she was quarterbacking the 2 successful democratic wins we've had in the last 30 years.
Here's a link to that great speech.
I hope people can stop being distracted by the horse race issues of head scarves and pantyhose and toned arms and bla bla.
= = = =
Here's Al Gore endorsing him in Detroit:
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Race is not as big an issue as class.
And if there had been anything on the Obama's rise to the political class--prosecutors would have been on it already--Bessie you oughta know this from watching the power structure go after the Clintons before he could execute his domestic policy--they got nothing.

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