CLEVELAND - Politicians are making their final pleas for your votes Sunday, and they are bringing along extra star power to help with their campaign message.
Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill Biden are making stops in Lakewood, Fremont, and Lancaster Ohio on Sunday. They will be joined by multi-platinum Grammy winner, singer, songwriter and Obama-Biden supporter Jason Mraz. Mraz will perform at all their stops in Ohio today. The Lakewood event is being held at Lakewood High School.
Republican candidate Governor Mitt Romney is bringing his campaign to the I-X Center on Sunday. His “victory rally” will also include musical guests Rodney Atkins, Sam Moore, and the Marshall Tucker Band. Doors open to the I-X Center at 11:15a.m., with the event getting underway at 1:15p.m.
In an effort to encourage early voting, Grammy Award-winning recording artist John Legend and NBA All-Star and Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson will be will be stopping by the Souls to the Polls Gospel Celebration event at 3p.m. This Obama-supporters rally will be held at the Euclid Avenue Congregational Church at E.30 th and Euclid Aveune in Cleveland.
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