Source: Donovan Slack / Politico
First lady Michelle Obama pushed her new “It takes one” initiative for the Obama campaign in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday.
Speaking to campaign volunteers for about 30 minutes, she clearly appeared fired up by the addition to her stump speech. She said that if each volunteer brought in one new voter, or inspired one new volunteer, “That could be the one that makes the difference… that puts us over the top.”
“It takes just one voice to change a room,” she said. “And if it can change a room, it can change a city; if it can change a city it can change a state; and if it can change a, state, it can change a nation.”
At one point, while talking about student loans for college, she even exclaimed, “Can I get an amen?”
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