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Obama Live At Town Hall, Aims To Fire Up Supporters

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama is sure to get a friendly audience at his latest town hall -- his guests will be his supporters.

Spending ever more time on political campaigning, Obama on Tuesday night will speak to an audience of backers from Organizing for America, the president's political organization based at the Democratic National Committee, as well as students from host George Washington University.

The event is being billed as a conversation between Obama and his supporters in hopes of firing them up ahead of the crucial Nov. 2 elections.

Obama is expected to take some questions from the audience; others were submitted through social network sites like Facebook and Twitter and have been chosen in advance by the Democratic National Committee.

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