By: Katie Jones
Our nation's future will be decided in just two short weeks. On Wednesday, thousands of voters rallied in Davenport in support of President Obama. The President spoke to voters at the Mississippi Valley fairgrounds about what he's already accomplished in office and what he plans to do for our future, if he's re–elected.
Stay at home mom Heather Khoury said when it comes to the election, her mind's already made up.
"I've had some health issues and it made it really difficult, our insurance is so expensive and it keeps going up every year. That's a huge deal. I might have to go back to work to get insurance if Obama's not in office." Heather Khoury of Eldridge, IA said.
From healthcare to our roadways; "I think he's always been for infrastructure improvements and there's an awful lot of work in this area in the Quad Cities that the need support of the federal government to make these capital improvements." Obama supporter Randy Dreese said.
Supporters said President Obama will help move our nation forward. "I'm voting for the President Obama because these other guys don't care about me they only care about the wealthy." Arthur Heydernan of Bettendorf said.
His care and concern for our future is what the president says matters most. "There's no more serious issue on a presidential campaign than trust, trust matters." President Obama said.
This was the President's 10th visit to Iowa this year where he's now trying to drum up last minute support in this all important swing state.