Obama to tour to support Democratic candidates

The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, will visit the cities of the US states of Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin in October to hold campaign events in support of candidates for state governors from the Democratic Party. The ex-president will also campaign for candidates for members of the House of Representatives, reports Fox News.

“In the next presidential election, at some point, determining the outcome in a key swing state can become a problem. And it will be very important that we have our own people there,” Mr. Obama explained on his Twitter. All the states he plans to visit with a campaign program have been informally defined as “blue” after the 2020 elections (according to the color of the symbols of the Democratic Party, the candidates from which received the most votes in a particular state).

Despite the fact that Barack Obama left the White House in 2017, he continues to participate in US politics and support Democratic candidates. He also participated in the election campaign of the current American President Joe Biden, who served as Vice President of the United States during the presidency of Barack Obama.

Andrey Sapozhnikov

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