First lady Michelle Obama will make two campaign appearances in Virginia Friday, one week after her husband spent two days in the crucial swing state. The first lady will appear in Charlottesville and Fredericksburg, President Obama’s campaign confirmed Monday. More details will be available later in the week. Read full article >>

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