Early Vote Rally with First Lady Michelle Obama on Thursday (Updated)


MichelleFirst Lady Michelle Obama is coming to Phoenix on Thursday for the Clinton campaign and Democrats on the ballot.

What: Early Vote Rally with First Lady Michelle Obama

When: Thursday, October 20, 2:00 p.m. Doors are scheduled to open at 11:30 a.m.

Where: Phoenix Convention Center, 100 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix.

Description: Join other supporters in Phoenix on Thursday, October 20th, at an Arizona Democratic Party Early Vote Rally with First Lady Michelle Obama! With fewer than three weeks before Election Day, and with early vote underway in Arizona, the First Lady will join us to lay out what is at stake in November. Event times and locations are TBD. RSVP now and bring a friend (or three)!

Will update when details are announced.

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  1. I somewhat agree with Not Tom, Mrs. Obama has certainly been one of our best First Ladies. She is poised, dignified, and is an excellent representative for our country. She embodies the perfect balance of feminity and grace, while demonstrating remarkable strength and resolve. It has been a pleasure having her as a First Lady.

  2. Big GOTV efforts by AZ Dem Party: Bernie in 2 locations today (Flagstaff, Tucson), Chelsea tomorrow (Tempe), Michelle on Thursday in Phoenix. Will these efforts be enough to turn Arizona blue?

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