Posted on 11/8/2016 12:33:11 PM
With his last day as President of the United States, current President of the United States, Barak Obama, is campaigning for his favoriteDemocratic Party candidate, Hilary Clinton. President Obama, throughout the campaign in Michigan, requested young voters to come out and vote by saying he has done his part, and now the future of the country is in the voter’s hands.
He also encouraged voters to bring their family and friends to vote, while adding that it is easy to be influenced by lobbyists and others who do not want voters to come out and cast their vote. Obama also kept repeating for all individuals present at the rally and watching it on television to remember, making a country great is not the kind of job a man or a woman can do alone.
He continued by saying that every American is as important as those who are born in to the elite class, as God has made all mankind equal, everyone deserves education, women deserve the same pay as a man for the same work, and he added that Clinton will fight to make sure things happen for the country.
As of now, Clinton is ahead in the state of North Carolina by 45% to 43%, whereas for Republican Party’s Donald Trump, needs the electoral votes from the state to be able to get ahead of Clinton during the last day of his election campaign. Clinton will travel to Philadelphia and Michigan during her last round of campaigning to get as many votes she possibly can, whereas President Obama will join her later on in the evening.
Earlier, during the campaign Obama mentioned that he has already voted for Clinton. The one advantage Hilary Clinton will have is being cleared by the FBI for the email controversies recently going on. However, one worry she will have is if Trump does lose, there will most probably disturbances across the country by the Republican Party supporters. Donald Trump has already given a small heads-up for people to understand, the situation of the country could be at risk for some time.
WTPOTUS supports President Barack Obama’s message to all young voters, despite which party they may belong to, come out and vote this year folks, it matters!