Michelle Obama Urges People to Vote Early
Michelle Obama led a rally to encourage people to get out and vote early. Gainesville police officials say 11,000 people gathered in front of the historic Hippodrome Theater to hear her speak. It's the largest crowd Michelle has drawn to one of her events anywhere in the country. While the event was open to members of all political parties, Obama didn't miss the opportunity to stump for her husband.
"American people are just tired of Washington talking a good game about family values, he knows that now americans say we deserve a Washington that creates policies that actually support families," said Obama of her husband's policy stance.
Early estimates show that780,000 Floridians have voted early, 46 percent for Republicans, and 37 percent Democratic.
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