25 reasons from 25 people who are voting Obama:
"The Affordable Care Act is saving my daughter's life."
"Obama is for the vets. He helped us wind down in Iraq, he's improved mental health policy with VA benefits."
"Obama stuck his neck out for us, the auto industry. He wasn't going to let it just die, and I'm driving in this morning because of that, because of him."
"Osama bin Laden is dead, and General Motors is alive."
—Joe Biden, Delaware
"Supreme Court Supreme Court Supreme Court."
—Bill Clinton, New York
"He cares for the 100%."
"When Obama came into office, he successfully renewed our country's place in the community of nations, making cooperation in tackling the world's challenges possible."
—Willis, North Carolina
"The actions he has taken with respect to protecting us from terrorism have been very, very solid."
—Colin Powell, Virginia
"I was really very grateful to him for standing up for those kids who are having a really rough time out there because of their orientation."
—Jane Lynch, California
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Every now and again, the other side likes to claim President Obama doesn't have a record to run on. They're wrong. Here's a taste of why:
(Just a couple of) the Obama administration's accomplishments:
The first bill President Obama signed was the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, to help women fight back when they don't get equal pay for equal work.
His Recovery Act supported millions of jobs and helped to stave off a second Great Depression.
He pushed for and won middle class tax cuts that benefited every American worker, and saved the typical family $3,600 in taxes over the last four years.
President Obama rescued the auto industry, and now GM and Chrysler are healthier than they've ever been. The American auto industry has added nearly a quarter of a million jobs since June 2009—and they most likely wouldn't exist right now without President Obama's leadership.
He doubled funding for Pell Grants, helping to make college more affordable for nearly 10 million families.
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