GREEN BAY - Crowds gathered at Lawrence University Friday afternoon to hear first lady Michelle Obama speak.
But there is a group of area business owners that has another view of the presidential race.
The group gathered Friday in support of Mitt Romney.
A conference was held at Zeller's Ski and Sport in Green Bay.
The women spoke out against what they say are President Obama's failed economic policies.
"The Obamas both believe that government is the end all and we do not believe that. Small businesses are the engine of this economy," said Ann-Zeller-Bielefeldt, owner of Zeller's Ski and Sport.
The group argues women have seen higher unemployment and increased poverty rates under President Obama.
It says the Romney-Ryan plan will strengthen middle class families and small businesses.
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