Obama returns to Virginia to rally support of the young vote
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- The president continued on the campaign trail on Wednesday with stop in the battleground state of Virginia.
In the final day of a two-day college tour, President Obama stopped in Charlottesville, the home of the University of Virginia.
Obama is trying to secure the young vote which will be crucial this fall.
"And in November, your voice will matter more than ever," Obama said. "And listen, if you doubt that, then pay a little more attention to what's happening in Tampa this week. Don't boo---vote!. Vote."
President takes to Reddit
The president also stumped online Wednesday when he took to the social media site Reddit.
He invited folks to his AMA session which is "Ask Me Anything."
President Obama started the Q and A around 4 p.m. and within minutes, hundreds of questions were pouring in.
The site even crashed because of all the traffic.