Photos: Ten Obama fans on why they'll vote no matter what Dick Morris says
Before a group of Mitt Romney supporters in Centennial earlier this week, Fox News analyst and conservative pundit Dick Morris said Barack Obama won't be elected because his fans won't actually vote. Today, before Obama took the stage in Golden, we asked ten supporters what they think of Morris's comments and if they are confident that voters who back the president will actually come to the polls in November.
Big photos below.
Rachel Washington, 48, nurse
"People are going to come out and vote, I'm positive. We have to keep him in office. If he doesn't win, it's bad, very scary.... And my church is very active, making sure people are registered. My son just turned eighteen, and it's his first time voting. I know he's encouraging his friends and talking about the importance of voting."
Photo by Sam Levin Rachel Washington.
Robin Heim, 52, reservoir engineer
"I'm hopeful, especially in a swing state...and he's exciting in person. I work in an office that's totally Republican, and I told people I was going today, and it was surprising how many people said, 'I wanna go!' I think more people are supporting him, even the Republicans. I disagree [with Morris]. People will vote."
Photo by Sam Levin Robin Heim.
Continue to find out why more Obama supporters think his fans will show up to vote in November.