April 27, 2010
US President Barack Obama is gearing up for the mid-term election campaign as he and his Democratic team eye the same support they enjoyed during the presidential race.
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The heartland US states of Illinois, Iowa and Missouri will, over the next two days, host the African-American president as he is hoping to thwart a Republican-induced “nightmare” in November vote.
In a video on Monday, Obama urged “young people, African Americans, Latinos and women” to support Democrats in November.
Obama, claiming to address his promise of change by passing a sweeping healthcare bill and staving off an economic meltdown, warned that his political foes hoped to slow his “incredible journey” of change.
“If you help us make sure that first-time voters in 2008 make their voices heard again in November, then together we will deliver on the promise of change, and hope, and prosperity for generations to come,” said Obama in the video that was aimed at alluring voters.
With elections about six months away, all 435 House seats are up for grabs as well as more than a third of the Senate’s one-hundred seats.
This year’s elections are considered a dress rehearsal for the 2012 presidential elections.
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