On the campaign trail two days before the midterm elections, President Obama went to one of the few places that would take him: Philadelphia.
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Campaigning in support of gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf, Obama spoke to about 5,500 attendees at a mid-sized 10,000 seat arena that had to be partitioned off with a curtain to cater to the incoming crowd; a far cry from his former days as candidate Obama, when he filled Denver’s then-named Invesco Stadium in 2008 at the Democratic National Convention before more than 70,000 attendees.

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