As part of the Obama campaign’s “Greater Together” initiative to reach young voters, on Tuesday the team hosted a student summit at North Carolina Central University. The event marks the first of more than 28 others at historically black colleges and universities, including Morehouse College, Norfolk State University, Bennett College, and Florida A&M University, that the campaign will hold throughout the next two weeks.
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President Obama's campaign team this week is launching a new initiative aimed at youth voters in hopes of reigniting support from a demographic that was crucial to Obama's victory in 2008. According to USA Today, the Obama team will... Read Post
In October, President Obama's re-election campaign launched the Greater Together initiative to rekindle the connection with young voters that helped fuel his successful bid in 2008, when he captured two-thirds of 18- to 29-year-olds... Read Post