Hillary Clinton’s Philadelphia rally on Monday night was the Democratic candidate’s final hurrah before Election Day — and the Obamas were there to let eveyone know they’re with her.
After performances from Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi, Chelsea Clinton introduced her father, Bill Clinton, who brought first lady Michelle Obama onto the stage in front of a large crowd at Independence Hall.
Obama, who has been traveling around the country in the past weeks championing Clinton for president, got right to the point about voting and picking a strong leader. Read more…
Madonna had a crowd in New York City singing and snapping along to a rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine” on Monday night — a final effort to galvanize support for Hillary Clinton.
Her surprise set came as Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi also performed for the Democratic candidate at a rally in Philadelphia.
The performances followed a collection of younger artists who campaigned for Clinton in Cleveland on Friday, including Beyonce, Jay-Z, J. Cole and Chance the Rapper.
Madonna took a more laid back acoustic approach to her endorsement. Wearing a patriotic beanie, she stood before a sea of New Yorkers for the impromptu performance in Washington Square Park. Read more…