Ann Romney Says She’ll Work With Troubled Teens as First Lady

At a campaign stop in Iowa, Ann Romney, wife of GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney, said working with “at risk” kids would be the cause she devotes herself to if she becomes first lady.

“At risk youth has been a concern of mine and love of mine for a lot of years,” she said.

Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, hinted that his wife would choose to work with troubled young people if he were elected president as he campaigned in Florida earlier this week.

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