Clinton, Springsteen Back Obama in Parma

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PARMA, Ohio -- There was some star power Thursday afternoon at a rally for President Barack Obama in Parma.

President Bill Clinton and Bruce Springsteen made a special appearance together at a get out the vote event at Cuyahoga Community College.

President Clinton laid out a clear picture of the economic choice Americans face in this election.

Springsteen talked about his support for President Obama, and treated the crowd to six different songs.

"President Obama cares, really cares about the country and people," said Bob Perkoski, of Cleveland.

"I think President Obama hasn't forgotten where he came from and I think that President Obama knows exactly what the middle class is going through," said Lauren Divincenzo, of Westlake.

Both presidential candidates are all too aware of how important the State of Ohio is to this year's election.

On Wednesday, Congressman Paul Ryan stumped in Berea with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

"Voting young is really important. It's important that you have a choice," said Breanna Brown, a voter.

After the event, Mr. Clinton headed to Wintersville, Ohio, for a rally at a high school there.

Springsteen headed to Iowa for an event there. has extended election coverage here, including a Presidential Candidate Tracker.