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Free time today Ohio State students worked Obama's.
This one a ukulele dual provided entertainment.
While bumper stickers and buttons were handed out on the fifteen minute ride.
To cast their votes -- We're helping people where Alec they know the importance of the left and and they know how much the president.
About the Obama campaign is counting on another robust vote turnout in Ohio a repeat of Obama -- -- eight.
Unlikely says Ohio State professor emeritus -- back who says the challenge is to -- -- to.
-- get young voters who prefer Obama over Romney as much as they preferred Obama over McCain.
In 2008 and then there's getting them to vote working against the president is a sluggish -- One's working at a pool when they graduated from the -- university with a very good degree.
Britney shirts and Romney supporters on campus are visible and active another change from always.
Obama backers have pushed early voting in person or absentee and it appears they've got some work to do.
The work that make up the Ohio State neighborhood for years ago delivered nearly 6000.
Early votes as of yesterday that -- -- in 2012.
Have produced a little over half that.
3000 early votes.
Quite frankly we are a lot of fuel our college students we don't do things fell last minute.
So it's definitely is Emily -- -- make sure we get everybody to do things.
Right away what -- -- about a millionaire.
What are you doing guys have to.
-- -- the president's recent interviews on late night talk shows MTV Rolling Stone -- weekly all outlets with young adult appeal.
And while they continue to bus Ohio State students to get their votes in early over Bowling Green State University it is a puckered covered golf cart.
The distance to the local polling area.
Two blocks were told whatever it takes when the stakes are this high.
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