First Lady Rouses Crowd At Boxer Fundraiser
LOS ANGELES (AP) — First lady Michelle Obama will continue campaigning for Sen. Barbara Boxer Wednesday after exhorting a crowd of Democratic supporters to stay the course for change, saying she knows it’s not coming fast enough for many people.
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In a rousing speech Tuesday night at a campaign fundraiser for U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, Mrs. Obama recited a list of achievements so far from the Obama administration, but said she knows too many people are out of work and can’t pay the bills.
Obama said her husband is counting on the support of voters and legislators like Boxer who is in a close race with Republican rival Carly Fiorina.
Obama said the presidential campaign was never about putting one man in the White House, it was about building a movement to restore the American dream.
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