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President Obama speaks in Milwaukee to support Mary Burke

President Obama spoke in Milwaukee on Tuesday.

He was at North Division High school to support Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.

Estimates have the crowd that showed up to see the President at 3,547 people.

The President main goal with the speech was to urge voters to get to the polls on election day and vote for Mary Burke.

He told people that their vote mattered and could decided the course Wisconsin takes in the future.

It was a message that resonated with those in attendance.

During the speech the President was briefly interrupted by a protester, upset about the lack of immigration reform.

The President told her that she should be protesting the Republicans who are blocking it.

President Obama also asked supporters to volunteer in the week before election day for Burke's campaign.

Mary Burke gave a brief speech of her own and spoke about how she plans to move Wisconsin forward.

She also touched on the differences between herself and Governor Scott Walker.
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