Interview with Ann Romney on Studio 5

Interview with Ann Romney on Studio 5

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Brooke Walker ReportingThe Mitt Romney Presidential campaign is of significant interest here in Utah, due largely to Romney's role in the 2002 Olympics. While Mitt has been front and center, his wife remains somewhat in the wings. But tomorrow, Ann Romney will appear on Studio 5 for an exclusive interview.

She has been by Mitt's side from the beginning, but Ann Romney does not consider herself a "political figure." When her husband decided to run for Governor of Massachusetts, the mother of five was less than enthusiastic. Now, though, she says she's "totally on board."

Like her husband, she's faced tough questions about her religion and what some say is her almost "too perfect" demeanor. But she also faces a more serious threat: multiple sclerosis.

She'll talk about what it's like to face such a disease, while planning a future in the White House when we sit down with Ann Romney in an exclusive interview tomorrow morning at 11:00 on Studio 5.

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