Sunday, November 4, 2012
Former President Bill Clinton says President Barack Obama deserves four more years. Watch our video and hear why Clinton backs Obama even more this time around.
Supporters cheered and chanted "four more years" along with Former President Bill Clinton at a rally in downtown St. Petersburg Friday night. About 1,000 supporters packed the Coliseum and showed their support by holding pro Obama signs and waving on the former president during his speech. "I am far more enthusiastic about President Barack Obama this time, and you should be, too," Clinton said. "I feel more strongly this time because, first of all, he has done a much better job with a terrible situation than most people would." Watch our video and hear directly from Former President Bill Clinton.
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Former President Bill Clinton drew thousands of people to the Coliseum in St. Petersburg, as he campaigned for President Barack Obama.
Throngs of people waited for hours in St. Petersburg for the chance to see former President Bill Clinton, who campaigned across Florida Friday in support of President Barack Obama's re-election. Clinton has experienced a resurgence in popularity since he spoke at the Democratic National Convention. Check out our photos of the rally at the Colesium, and send us your photos of the event. Just upload them to this article!
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Former Republican Governor Charlie Crist rallied supporters Friday night.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist excited a crowd of about 1,000 supporters Friday night at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg. Prior to introducing Former President Bill Clinton, Crist rallied people and ignited chants supporting President Barack Obama. Watch our video to hear why Crist said "Florida has a friend in this president."
Friday, November 2, 2012
The former president received an enthusiastic welcome from voters in St. Petersburg, Florida, Friday.
Former President Bill Clinton delivered charm, style and a strongly worded message to St. Petersburg voters Friday at a rally for President Barack Obama in St. Petersburg, Florida. "We're coming down to the end of this election and as usual, Florida's got a lot to say about it." "I am far more enthusiastic about President Barack Obama this time, and you should be, too," Clinton said. "I feel more strongly this time because, first of all, he has done a much better job with a terrible situation than most people would." Clinton told voters who had poured into the Colesium that Obama "picked up the pieces" of a failed administration four years ago and worked tirelessly to find consensus with Republicans in Congress. “This country has gotten …
First in line were two supporters who waited 12 hours to see former President Bill Clinton speak in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Former President Bill Clinton has achieved rock-star status to many supporters who spent the day waiting to hear him speak in St. Petersburg. John "Chuck" Celosky of St.Petersburg waited nearly 12 hours to see Clinton. "I understand he's one of the greatest speakers of our era," Celosky said. Celosky was joined by Michael Simpson of Parrish at around 11:30 a.m. The two stood at the front of the line as crowds showed up to see the former Democratic president. Watch our video to hear more from supporters.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for President Barack Obama in St. Petersburg.
Former President Bill Clinton will rally Democratic voters Friday in St. Petersburg, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Clinton has taken a lead role in campaigning for President Barack Obama since his well-received speech at the Democratic National Convention. The Obama campaign will announce details soon on the time and location of the event.