Obama Lends Hand to Terry McAuliffe in Virginia Race

President Barack Obama holds a press conference at the conclusion of the three-day U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on August 6, 2014. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

Barack Obama headed to Virginia Commonwealth University Saturday to throw his support behind Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe in the deadlocked Virginia gubernatorial race.

Obama pushed Virginians to get to the polls early and vote – telling one McAuliffe supporter who booed when the former president mention Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin, “Don’t boo, vote.”

“Booing doesn’t do nothing,” he added to cheers from the crowd. “Booing might make you feel better but it’s not going to get Terry elected, vote.

“I want you to get fired up inside and then go vote,” he added.

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