From: Lee, Carol
Sent: Friday, November 4, 2016 3:02 PM
To: Rutherford, Sarah D. EOP/WHO
Subject: Travel pool report #5
POTUS spoke for about 3 minutes to the overflow crowd and is currently shaking hands.
He told the crowd each one of their votes matter.
He thanked them for their support and for their prayers for him, the first lady and their daughters Sasha and Malia.
He said it's not enough just for them to vote, that they have to make sure everybody you know is turning out to vote.
"I need you to go out and just nag the heck out of folks who aren't voting and I need you to tell them that Barack is personally asking them."
He said Hillary Clinton is going to continue the work we've done. North Carolina could decide this election.
"Do not get wary. Don't get complacent. Don't get discouraged."
"I'm not on the ballot but justice is on the ballot and equality is on the ballot"
If you vote, he said, that is the best send off you could give him and the first lady.
Pool is moving to the main event.
The Wall Street Journal