November 07, 2016

Photos of Stevie Wonder bringing down the house at Obama rally

Legendary singer Stevie Wonder joined President Barack Obama on Sunday, Nov. 6,  in Kissimmee's Osceola County Stadium for a rally supporting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The musician fired about a crowd of about 11,000 with his iconic songs as they waited for the president to arrive.

"Are you ready to make history?" Stevie Wonder asks the crowd. "Are you ready to make a difference? So listen, write this down: We live in an America that's great, and united, we're just going to make it greater."

During his remarks, Obama says Stevie Wonder is one of his wife's favorite entertainers and encouraged Floridians to make their voice heard on Nov. 8.

"All the progress we’ve made goes out the window if we don’t win this election," Obama says. "And we win this election if we win Florida. If we win Florida, it’s a wrap. We win Florida, it’s over."

November 6, 2016
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