Many of you know that in the summer of 2007, I have worked closely with Ann Romney. That meant I had the privilege of traveling with Ann in her big campaign bus through South Carolina, I met her in various locations for in depth interviews, and I got to see know the wonderful woman who will be our next first lady.
(Those of you who haven’t bought “Why Evangelicals Should Support Romney – And Feel Good About It!” are missing out on a hilarious story about a time I went skiing with them after the 2008 campaign. In fact, when David was serving his country in Iraq, I worked to get Governor Romney on the primary ballot in my home state of Tennessee while she and Gov. Romney worked to make things better for me while he was gone.)
That’s why I am thrilled at the near rock star status that Ann is enjoying these days. Today on Drudge, the headline screams, “Ann is the Romney Democrats Fear Most.” The article talks about her strength, her self-discipline, her love for Mitt, and how the campaign makes sure that they keep Mitt and Ann together. Apparently, she makes him better, takes off the hard edges, and allows him to connect more easily with voters.
Read the whole thing here.