Ann Romney Campaigns In Hudsonville, Franklin

HUDSONVILLE (WWJ/AP) – Ann Romney plans two stops in Michigan on Friday as part of her husband’s campaign for the White House.

The wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is scheduled to address a rally at 8:15 a.m. in Hudsonville, about 12 miles west-southwest of Grand Rapids. The rally is at The Pinnacle Center in the western Michigan community.

Later in the day, Ann Romney has scheduled a visit to the Franklin Cider Mill in the Detroit suburb of Franklin. That’s set for 2:40 p.m.

The stops come the day after the debate between Mitt Romney running mate Paul Ryan and Democratic Vice President Joe Biden.

Michelle Obama hasn’t visited Michigan in over a year. The First Lady stopped in Detroit for a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in October, 2011.

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