Michelle Obama, wife of Sen. Barack Obama, is honing her message for the fall, aides say.
"Michelle wrote her own stump (speech). And you know, she's refining it now I think as we're going into the general election," said senior Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.
Her new speeches will include more details about her family and humble upbringing on Chicago's South Side, aides said.
Michelle Obama graduated from Harvard Law School, was a vice president at the University of Chicago and landed a job as a health care executive making $275,000 a year.