Wives Takes Center Stage in Election 2012

GOP presidential candidates' wives release ads focusing on spouses' triumphs.
2:26 | 12/22/11

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Your voice your vote and it's down over the wire just days ago before the first votes in Iowa. The top candidates battling it out with new ads and bringing out the big guns on the campaign trail their wives ABC's John Berman is in New Hampshire right now. And has the latest fourth morning job. Good morning Robin you know you can tell us getting serious when they break out the wives and the buses this is the Mitt Romney bus behind me right here it is crunch time with all that plus. Candidates fighting about kitchens. An even walking out of interviews. The point for the Republican nomination has -- hold onto a flight of their -- it. Like -- -- Washington Mitt Romney defending billions of dollars in negative ads supporters are running against Newt Gingrich. You can't stand the relatively modest -- it in the kitchen right now wait until Obama's hell's kitchen shelves -- Overnight new responded like an iron -- challenging Romney to a one on one debate. Let's test this pitch I'm happy -- -- in the kitchen. Black and -- mr. governor Romney would you like to come and play in the kitchen I don't think so well on the use throwing the kitchen sink into this campaign. This -- and you plus and you can answer. C which has reporters those favorites and back here in this and you enter from and Romney if you really want to know. How a -- a lot of great. Look at how. In fact as of today -- 2012. Is waning -- hallelujah. Three winds at once in their own -- Anita Perry pushing romance it's an old fashioned American story. I'm married my high school sweetheart Callista Gingrich -- -- Christmas from our family TI and Merry Christmas and happy new year. Can -- and Christmas spirit. This event upstaged by protesters. In one poll might need some haul -- each -- to. -- continued questions about a newsletter published in his name in the nineties with racially incendiary language I didn't read write him. I didn't read them at the time and I disavow him he walked out of the interview the questions won't stop. -- most candidates -- Iowa New Hampshire overnight. Newt Gingrich had to Goode of Virginia the bad news for him he was -- because he's trying to get enough signatures to get on the ballot there. The good news for him he says he did get those signatures and he will be on that ballot.

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