Photos: President Obama’s Minnesota Rally

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9 Responses to Photos: President Obama’s Minnesota Rally

  1. Ametia says:

    The people loves our president..

  2. Ametia says:

    Way to GO, OPULENT!!! Thank you for representing.

    Send us more pics if you have any.

  3. Dayton hopes to get big boost from Obama visit

    Minneapolis — Campaigning continues Sunday in Minnesota’s race for governor, following a high-profile visit from President Barack Obama Saturday for DFL gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton.

    At the University of Minnesota, Obama offered a defense of his party’s policies, including health care overhaul and Wall Street reform. He told the audience that voting for Republicans would be voting to slide backwards and undo the economic progress Democrats had made.

    A forecast of rain forced the DFL to move Obama’s rally from an outdoor setting to the old Field House. The rain never came, but about 7,000 people did, according to University estimates.

    Obama was introduced by an all-star DFL lineup, including U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and U.S. Sen. Al Franken, and lastly Dayton, who gave a short speech before Obama took over. The president reminded the audience that he and Dayton served in the Senate together.

    “I know this man and I know he’s been fighting for the people of this state his entire career,” Obama said. “Everybody else in this race might be talking about change; here’s the only candidate who can actually deliver change.”

  4. Go Opulent! Go!

    Whoo Hoo!

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