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In her convention speech, Ann Romney talked about the role of women in America. Host Michel Martin caught up with Rep. Marsha Blackburn before the speech. Blackburn says the concerns of women voters were key in drafting the Republican platform. She co-chairs the GOP platform committee, and heads the Women's Policy Committee in the House.
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The Beauty Shop ladies take a look at what women voters want in this year's elections. Host Michel Martin checks in with Keli Goff, political correspondent for The Root, Texas Republican delegate to the GOP convention Lisa Roper, and Janice Crouse of Concerned Women For America.
I'm Michel Martin, and this is TELL ME MORE, from NPR News. Coming up, as we've kicked off our coverage of the Republican National Convention this week, we've asked a number of our guests what a successful country looks like to them. I'll explain why I'm asking that in my Can I Just Tell You essay. And that's coming up in a few minutes.