Obama Campaign Plans Big Push for Women 

President Obama’s re-election team will expand strategy this week aimed at building support among women.

President Obama’s re-election campaign is beginning an intensified effort this coming week to build support among women, the New York Times reported. The paper reports that his team plans to focus on issues traditionally important to women voters such as health care…

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