Only one presidential candidate in this election is fighting for students.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz:
"President Obama is counting on us to make sure we continue to move forward together.
"Students who can’t afford to go to college unless we keep making college affordability a top priority are counting on us.
"Seniors who can’t afford to buy their life-saving prescription medications without Obamacare are counting on us.
"Middle-class families who are working hard every day to put a roof over their families’ heads and put food on the table are counting on us.
"Remember: It was the hard work, the incredible passion and the amazing energy of Americans like you that helped put President Obama over the top in 2008.
"Now we need you to channel that momentum and give everything you've got to doing it again on November 6."
Last week, a video revealed what Mitt Romney really thinks of half the country: "dependent upon government" and "victims." Not surprisingly, those people—the middle class, seniors, veterans, students, and low-income Americans—were outraged that someone running to be president for all Americans could write them off so casually. So Romney's trying to make amends through a new ad.Read More
First Lady Michelle Obama took the stage for the first night of the Democratic National Convention and delivered a powerful speech about family and the promise of America. Watch it—then if you're fired up, chip in to help us win.