Obama, Ann Romney campaign in So. Fla.
MIAMI (WSVN) -- President Barack Obama and Ann Romney made a pit stop in South Florida.
On Wednesday, the President made his last visit in South Florida. "I need you focused. I need you ready to fight. If we do, we're going to win Florida. When we do, we're going to win this election," he said.
More than 9,000 people waited inside the Bank United Center at the University of Miami.
Obama highlighted his success over the past four years, and fired back against Mitt Romney over last week's debate.Obama also attended his last fundraiser on the campaign trail at the JW Mariott.
Meanwhile, Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, was also in South Florida garnering support and making a difference. "You can always go back and knit-pick tiny little things, and if you want to you can do that," she said. "What you really have to say is where are we going from here forward. What is he going to bring to this nation.
Ann Romney also dismissed rumors that her family is out of touch and spoke out against harsh allegations that her husband is flip-flopping on the issues of abortion, taxes and healthcare. "People think we have a fairy tale life. In the fairy tales I read, there was no breast cancer and there was no multiple sclerosis. I'm sorry, we know what people are going through right now."
Anne Romney also visited young patients at the Chris Evert Children's Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale and met with cancer survivors at Broward Health Medical Center.
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