Barack Obama to Campaign for Democrats in Three Key Swing States


Days after it was reported he was avoiding campaigning in this year’s midterm elections, it was announced Saturday that Barack Obama will hit the campaign trail in three key swing states next weekend.

Obama campaigned for but could not save Terry McAuliffe in last fall’s Virginia governor race. File screen image.

Obama is set to rally in Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Obama’s campaign swing starts in Atlanta, Georgia on Friday to help Senator Raphael Warnock and Stacey Abrams.

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The next day Obama will be in Detroit, Michigan for Gov. Whitmer and in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to help Senate nominee Mandela Barnes.

The press release by Obama’s office noted he has done several fundraisers for Democrats in recent months.

Obama appeared on Pod Save America on Friday to urge Democrats to vote in down ballot races, “If we want our democracy to function, we have to show up this election for the Governors, Secretaries of State and the candidates down the ballot who are going to protect voting rights and our electoral process. Because these seats wield a lot of power, and that power matters.”

The day after House Democrats (joined by two turncoat Republicans) on the January 6 Committee voted to subpoena President Trump, Obama on Pod Save America also warned Democrats about obsessing over Trump while voters are concerned about issues much closer to home (excerpt via Daily Mail/AP/MSN):

Former president Barack Obama told Democrats to stop obsessing over ‘the latest crazy thing’ Donald Trump does and instead focus their energy on issues that impact voters most directly – like inflation and gas prices.

Obama offered his advice about Trump, who continues to tease the possibility of running for president again in 2024, during an interview with Pod Save America that aired exclusively on SiriusXM’s Progress Channel Friday night.

‘We spend enormous amounts of time and energy and resources pointing out the latest crazy thing he said, or how rude or mean some of these Republican candidates behaved,’ Obama said.

‘That’s probably not something that in the minds of most voters overrides their basic interests — Can I pay the rent? What are gas prices? How am I dealing with childcare?’

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