First Lady Set Campaigns In Cincinnati

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First lady Michelle Obama has told thousands of supporters in downtown Cincinnati that the November presidential election will be even closer than the one four years ago and that every single vote counts.
Speaking in downtown Cincinnati's convention center on the first day of early voting in the key swing state on Tuesday, Obama reminded the crowd that her husband won Ohio four years ago with just 262,000 votes.
She says that breaks down to 24 votes per precinct and urged them to get to the polls.
The crowd of more than 3,000 roared with excitement throughout Obama's speech, waving American flags and chanting, "Fired up! Ready to vote!" and "Four more years!"
No candidate has won without Ohio's electoral votes since John F. Kennedy in 1960.

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