Is it true that White House officials insist the president’s coast-to-coast campaigning is making a difference? Apparently it is and this weekend, President Barack Obama’s appearance with First Lady Michelle Obama at Ohio State University proved it.
According to this morning’s reports from the White House, President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to their largest crowd since Obama’s inauguration on Sunday night when addressing 35, 000 supporters at a rally on the oval of Ohio State University.
Check out the video below of First Lady Michelle Obama introducing her husband to the as she also urged the crowd to hold fast to finishing what we started just two years ago and get out and vote in support of their unique ability to change the face of politics in our country.
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