‘There’s Still Time,’ Obama Adds Late Hour Radio Calls

By Maya

Nov 2, 2010 7:08pm

ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: After four radio interviews from the Oval Office today, President Obama added two last minute calls just hours before some of the first polls closings. The president warned that there are “dire consequences” in the election, adding that it’s not just an “abstraction,” while on the air with WVON radio in Chicago. In addition, the White House also added a last-minute interview with nationally-syndicated Doug Banks. Similarly, just hours before polls close “Organizing for America” was also sending out word to get-out-the-vote in the last waning hours. “Reaching voters who haven't made it to the polls yet is more critical than ever,” Natalie Foster, New Media Director for “Organizing for America,” said in an email to supporters, “Right now, there's still time to call into districts and states with close races — it's the single most effective thing you can do to affect the outcome of the elections.” -Sunlen Miller

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