Ann Romney Won’t Have to Compete With Joe Biden for Attention in Tampa

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Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign stop at the Spiller Elementary School in Wytheville, Va., Tuesday, Aug. 14,  2012. Biden traveled to southern and southwestern Virginia to discuss the choice voters have in Virginia. A choice between two fundamental differences in visions of how to grow the economy, create middle-class jobs and pay down the debt. (AP Photo /Don Petersen)

The GOP convention in Tampa doesn't kick off for another two days, and already Ann Romney's opening-night speech is being overshadowed by Tropical Storm Isaac and Hawaii Five-O. She will not, however, lose any of Monday's limelight to the vice-president; the Obama campaign has postponed Joe Biden's scheduled Tampa campaign trip so local law enforcement can focus on the approaching storm.