BOONE, Iowa—Former Iowa First Lady Mari Culver made a stop in Boone Wednesday as the Obama for America campaign kicked off Women’s Vote Week and RV tour. During a stop in Boone, Culver spoke to supporters at the Boone office. She urged anyone looking at the candidates, to take time and research the things that are said. Culver pointed to a couple of Romney statements, in particular the matter of the 47% dependent on government. She also noted that during the debate last week, Romney also said his care proposals would cover pre-existing conditions, something she said would be passed on to states. Culver said Women’s Vote Week is an effort to get women to step up and vote. She says women are concerned about the economy, jobs, health care and need to express their concerns at the polls. Culver also encouraged those on hand to make sure and use the early voting process to secure their choice. Culver’s trip took her to Mason City Wednesday afternoon.