Phoenix

Barack Obama stumps for Kelly, Hobbs before midterms

Former President Barack Obama got here to Phoenix on Wednesday to rally Democrats working for among the state’s high workplaces. His go to got here lower than every week before Election Day and as polls proceed to indicate tight races throughout the poll.

A bunch of elected Democratic officers and Democratic candidates attended the occasion at Cesar Chavez High School in southwest Phoenix.

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9:15 p.m.: Obama wraps up speech at Phoenix rally

Obama wrapped up his about 55-minute speech on the packed highschool health club about 9 p.m. with a easy message: “Better is worth fighting for.”

The speech was crammed with jabs at Republicans who adhere to Trump’s election lies, but in addition served to energise voters behind Democratic candidates on the poll Nov. 8. Obama’s message, and that of candidates who spoke before him, painted the election as essential to protect the best to vote and abortion rights.

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