First Lady Visits Wisconsin
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MILWAUKEE-- First Lady Michelle Obama drew chants of “four more years” from a Milwaukee crowd as she rallied support for her husband President Barack Obama in November’s election.
"It’s like Barack has always said, it just takes one room, one voice, to change a room, right? If a voice can change a room it can certainly change a city and if it could change a city and if it can change a state, and it can change a nation,” Mrs. Obama said.
After revving up the crowd, it was off to a more somber setting at Oak Creek High School. That's where Mrs. Obama met privately with the families of 6 victims killed by a white supremacist in a Sikh temple shooting rampage weeks earlier.
Sikh leaders say they appreciate the first lady taking time from campaigning and to console those still reeling from the tragedy.