Ohio isn't just the star of the presidential campaign show...it pretty much is the show now, with another Northeast Ohio appearance by President Obama in Cleveland last night.
The pumped up crowd of about 12,000 took over the tarmac at Burke Lakefront Airport, shouting "4 more years" and "O-ba-ma" to the President. Many even came up from the Akron area, like Gwendolyn Bryant of Fairlawn.
"I was never in town when he was in town," Bryant told AkronNewsNow after seeing the president. "And so this was just one of the last opportunities. I missed him all through 2008."
She was impressed that even with a hoarse voice after a full day of campaigning, President Obama still addressed the crowd..
"To still take the time to say, I need to come back to the people no matter want," Bryant said, "And I liked that he has asked for your vote."
Elaine Thompson of Stow was a history seeker as well as an Obama supporter.
"Oh, I took a little bit of time off of work," Thompson told AkronNewsNow.com, "and I missed him so many times I just wanted to be here. It's the first president I've ever seen."
President Obama urged the receptive crowd to vote early, and once again when faced with boos from the crowd about opponent Mitt Romney, urged the crowd to "don't boo, vote."