Obama 30 Days to Election Concert

LA Live, Nokia Theatre: Earth, Wind & Fire blazed the stage, Stevie Wonder & Bon Jovi rocked the house, Katy Perry and Jennifer Hudson did there thing for rock the votes.

A photo of President Obama on a monitor inside the Nokia Theatre


LOS ANGELES, Calif. – (Sunday, October 7, 2012) – President Barack Obama was the special guest at the Obama 30 Days to Election concert at the Nokia Theatre, downtown LA Live district, Sunday evening.

It was an event to remember at LA Live, where 6,000 spectators rock the votes as music from the legendary Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind & Fire, Bon Jovi, Katy Perry and Jennifer Hudson filled the air.

George Clooney jovially referred to Clint Eastwood’s empty chair performance as he introduced headliner Stevie Wonder, who did a memorable performance.

Speaking to supporters, President Obama opened his speech naming each performer and thanking them, saying they performed flawlessly night after night.  “I can’t always say the same,” he said.  Implying to his surprisingly stoic performance during the recent presidential debate in Denver, which according to the reports have given Romney a spike in the recent polls.

During his speech, the president explained with a video presentation the birth of one of his campaign message, “Fired Up, Ready to go”.

He further stated everything that was fought so hard for in 2008 is on the line in 2012.  And continued by telling the crowd that he need our votes to finish what was started during his first term.

VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE
Vice President Joe Biden will face off with Romney’s running partner Congressman Paul Ryan on Thursday, October 11th with moderator Martha Raddatz of ABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent. The topic will focus on Foreign and domestic policy. To be air between 9pm to 10:30pm, Eastern Standard Time. It will be held at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.

THE NEXT PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE
The second presidential debate between President Obama and Governor Romney will take place at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. And will be air from 9pm until 10:30pm Eastern Standard Time. It will be in the form of a town hall style meeting, in which citizen can ask questions of the candidates on foreign and domestic issues. The candidates will allow two minutes to respond, and an additional minute for the moderator to have a discussion. The Gallop Organization will select from a pool of undecided voters to be participants at the town hall meeting.

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