ATLANTA - President Barack Obama came to Atlanta on Friday as part of a one-day fundraising trip.
This was the president's second stop of the day, after a quick trip to his hometown of Chicago.
While in Atlanta,
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Obama, however, offered no indication that Georgia is on, or off, his electoral map.
"If you're willing to get back to organizing, if you're willing to get on the phone and email and tweet and knock on doors and do what needs to be done, if you feel the same passion and same energy and determination that I do, and I've felt it more now than I've ever felt it in my life," he said, "then I promise you we will finish what we started."
The event was opened by a performance
Friday's visit is the first time Obama has visited Georgia in 18 months.
Obama lost Georgia in the 2008 general election by 5 percentage points and is hoping to rally voters for a better showing this fall.