UNDATED (CBS) -- As President Obama and Mitt Romney crisscross the battleground states and saturated the airwaves with ads they're honing in on women voters.
Virginia mothers Adrian McClellan and Susan Lilly are targets for Mitt Romney and President Obama. President Obama says, "Being a woman is not a pre-existing condition." While Romney says, "This president has failed America's women."
McClellan, who used to work for a fortunate 500 company, says she doesn't have a clear picture of Romney's positions. She says, "Women's issues for me are very important. I think in regards to the economy. I think Obama has a better plan."
This mother of three believes the President's affordable care act will lower costs for women and is also concerned about GOP's stand on abortion. McClellan says, "It's like an issue out of Mad Men, are we in 2012? Why are we talking about these things now? This is my mother's generation, not mine."
President Obama still enjoys a comfortable lead with women voters in Virginia, but recent polls show Romney closing the gap in the battleground states.
Susan Lilly is voting for Romney. She believes his economic plan will mean more opportunity for women. She says, "I think, bringing economic freedom to as many people as possible is the best way to do that."
A mother of two and cancer survivor, Lilly is also happy with her health insurance and concerned about losing it under the Affordable Care act. Lilly says, "I think people do not understand, what will happen once, health care is so centralized and focused in Washington, DC, because that is going to take away choice."
Both women will see the candidates try to change their minds over the next 19 days.
Romney is airing a new ad in Virginia aimed at reassuring women about his position on abortion and contraception. The Obama camp is firing back with its own ad saying Romney is trying to hide his real position.