Michelle Obama focused on the importance of the middle class, women’s issues, and rallying the base in her speech in Littleton, Colo. this afternoon.
A protester stands outside Arapahoe High School as attendees of the First Lady’s event arrive on the morning of June 20.
Michelle was greeted by 2,800 people in Arapahoe High School’s gymnasium, many of which were Littleton residents and Democratic party volunteers.
Ron Michael, left, and Seth Hardcastle, both of Littleton, protest on the corner of University Blvd. and Dry Creek Rd. before the event. Most of the protesters lived mere blocks from the site of Michelle Obama’s speech at Arapahoe High School.
A sea of Obama-Biden posters are waved when Mrs. Obama talks about job creation for middle class Americans.
A woman asserts her pro-life ideals on her body sign as she walks around the First Lady’s event on June 20. Michelle Obama, her husband and Vice President Joe Biden are known to be pro-choice.
People place ticket stubs in a volunteer’s trash bag as they enter Arapahoe High School for Michelle Obama’s speech on June 20.