“If there's an enthusiasm gap for Democrats this election, it hasn't reached Madison”

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Tonight, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, President Obama brought the house down. In front of a crowed estimated at more than 26,000, the President delivered a battle cry for Democrats across the country to get involved and make a difference in November’s elections.

Here are just a few of the early headlines from tonight’s event:

“President Obama Rallies more than 26,000 Supporters in Madison” -- Associated Press

“In Madison speech, Obama fires up potential Democratic voters” -- The Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel

“Obama Whips Up Large Campus Crowd” -- NY Times

“Obama hits the road in hopes of firing up voters” -- Reuters

“Obama lights a fire under UW-Madison supporters at rally” -- Wisconsin State Journal 

President Obama spoke about the progress we’ve made over the past 20 months, and reminded us that November’s elections will determine the future of our country. Each of us has a stake in the outcome of these elections, and we cannot afford to stay home.

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