"I think it's a huge sacrifice and I think it is very hurtful many times for the spouse to have to watch the kind of abuse that you know you have to go through," Ann Romney told CNN.
The Republican governor of New Mexico says in an interview she is committed to her current job.
The president heads west to tout his measure, which Republicans have continued to criticize.
Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) don't approve of the House Oversight chairman calling White House Press Secretary Jay Carney a "paid liar."
"I've heard that this ticket is probably more homogeneous than almost any ticket ever in the history of Virginia," Jackson said in an interview.
Voters are equally divided over whether they prefer the generic Republican or Democrat candidate in their House district, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.
"The minute we start stifling our speech, we might as well go home, roll up our sleeves and get our guns out," the outspoken GOP governor said.
The Texas senator's opposition to a Hurricane Sandy aid measure could come back to bite him on a trip to New York.
The GOP governor says he is not worried appearing alongside the president will hurt his stock with Republicans.