With less than eight hours before polls open and 24 hours until the polls close around the nation, Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama made his final campaign stop. The choice of Manassas, Virginia for this event is a testament to how important the state is to the campaign.
As expected, Obama touched on health care, the economy, taxes and rallied the crowed to continue their energy through to the end of the campaign. “We are less than one day away from bringing about change in America. In the last 21 hours…we can’t stop now, not when there is so much at stake. We are going to change America, Virginia, starting tomorrow,” said Obama.
Obama’s entire speech: