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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin delivered one of the headline speakers on Tuesday at the Republican National Convention, and her speech represents one of several speeches delivered by Republican women in an attempt to win over Republican women voters. President Obama currently leads Mitt Romney amongst women voters, but the GOP is hoping that several female headline speakers can help to change that. Fallin followed New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte, who was the first major woman to speak at the Convention. Ayotte focused in on the theme for the Convention, "We Built That," hammering home her view that Republicans to help revive the economy. She presented a stark difference between Republican economic policy and that of Barack Obama, pitting the GOP as the only party for small business owners. Fallin noted that under the Obama economy, America has witnessed 42 months of unemployment over 8 percent. Ayotte is just one of many speakers who headline the RNC Convention on the first night of speeches. Mitt Romney's wife Ann Romney will deliver a much-anticipated address at 10:00 pm, while New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will deliver the keynote address shortly thereafter.