‘We don’t have time to be tired’: Obama tries to jolt Virginia Dems at McAuliffe rally

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RICHMOND, Va. — Barack Obama came to Virginia’s capital on Saturday seeking to charge up tuned-out Democratic voters — and jolt Terry McAuliffe’s campaign for governor.

The former president is the latest high-profile surrogate to visit the commonwealth for McAuliffe, the former Democratic governor locked in a close battle with first-time Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin with just 10 days to go until the gubernatorial election.

“I know a lot of people are tired of politics right now,” Obama said, urging the crowd on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University to shake it off and vote. “We don’t have time to be tired. What is required is

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