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Monday, October 30, 2006
First lady to visit 10 states in final week
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush isn't the only member of the first family set for a busy week of stumping on the campaign trail -- first lady Laura Bush plans to speak at 11 get-out-the-vote rallies in 10 different states over the next four days.

The first lady delivered remarks at Pennsylvania victory rally in Pittsburgh ahead of a scheduled trip to a similar rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, Monday.

On Tuesday, Bush plans to attend rallies in North Carolina and Tennessee.

The first lady is also slated to speak at get-out-the-vote rallies in Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, and California Wednesday and Thursday -- her final week to energize the Republican base and attract crucial moderate voters to the GOP camp.

For CNN's coverage of the midterm elections, check out America Votes 2006

--CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney
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