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Stumping for her spouse

Gerry Barnes, left, with Ann Romney, the wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, after Ann Romney spoke to the Alabama Federation of Republican Women in Montgomery on Wednesday.

It was Romney's second campaign visit to Alabama, but the first without her husband. She addressed concerns about the family's Mormon faith, saying misgivings disappear once people get to know them.

Romney said that when people pick a heart surgeon, they want the best surgeon regardless of religious faith and that her husband has the expertise to lead the United States after years of turning around troubled businesses, bringing the Salt Lake Olympics back from debt and scandal, and erasing a $3 billion budget deficit while serving as governor of Massachusetts.

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