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How Obama will spend Election Day

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CHICAGO--President Barack Obama--who early voted last month--will spend election day in Chicago, jolting turnout with a series of satellite television and radio interviews aimed at battleground states. He will be playing basketball with staff and buddies and having dinner with his family at their home on 5046 S. Greenwood before heading over to McCormick Place for either a victory celebration or a concession speech or something in-between if the result is not clear. Obama arrived at his South Side home near 1 a.m. from Des Moines.

First Lady Michelle Obama, who voted by absentee ballot, will also be doing get-out-the-vote interviews. Vice President Joe Biden and wife Jill fly to Chicago after voting in Wilmington, Delaware; they will also be doing GOTV interviews.


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