Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Stops in Lakewood
President Barack Obama's former Chief of Staff stops at Obama field office on Detroit Avenue; said that Ohio plays a critical role in the outcome of the Nov. 6 election
Rahm Emanuel, the mayor of Chicago and the President’s former chief of staff, made a stop at the Obama campaign office in Lakewood on Saturday afternoon.
Although his visit was brief, he got the packed crowd of dozens fired up.
He talked about the importance of Ohio in the Nov. 6 election, and motivated volunteers to make the final push.
He also shared some of the differences between the President and his challenger, Mitt Romney — most notably the auto industry bailout that the President supported.
“Alright guys,” he said, after signing the volunteer wall at the Obama campaign office on Detroit Avenue. “Let’s go get ‘em.”