The U.S. president will seek to tip the balance in his favor taking the party convention starting tomorrow. Attempt to break the dead heat polls pointing to the formal announcement of his candidacy.
U.S. President Barack Obama, this week accepted the Democratic presidential nomination during the party convention that begins tomorrow, with the challenge to recapture the support of a disillusioned middle class and hit by the crisis and retain the White House for four more years .
After three and a half years since his historic inauguration in January 2009, the first black U.S. president will now have the challenge of making a presentation explaining the victories during his administration but also to achieve further goals to complete his plan and move the country forward.
Obama, 51, is among his conquests to highlight the much debated and approved laboriously Health reforms and the financial system and have killed the most wanted extremist ghost from the era of President , the leader of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden.
It may also signal the sustained job growth for more than 20 consecutive months, having inherited an economic meltdown that brought the country to suffer the worst crisis since the Great Depression more than seven decades ago.
Despite these results, Obama will have to deal with the economic situation in general, which still holds 8.3% of the unemployed population and that became the main concern of voters and, therefore, in the center of Republican criticism.
Thus, in what will be one of the most important speeches of his life, on Thursday, the president is expected to seek to strengthen support for young people, Hispanics, African Americans, women, but putting the focus also in the middle-class voter adult, his rival, , seeking to capture pointing to the disappointment of the last few years.
So, with the slogan "Forward", the Democratic Party will start tomorrow its nominating convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, under tight security for several days affect a wider area of the second financial center after Wall Street in New York.
Without having yet started activities scheduled on the agenda, the streets of the city and began to pound the celebrations of the next three days with people selling Pins the president and delegates and guests taking pictures and filling the area restaurants.
In turn, to accompany the holiday on Monday for Labor Day in the United States, were held today in Charlotte for a series of free events with singers, exhibitions, speakers and family oriented activities.
Tomorrow will then officially launched the convention with a keynote address by the mayor of San Antonio, Texas, Julian Castro, who with his 37 years will become the first Latino speaker in the history of the Democratic convention.
Then, hit the stage at the Time Warner Cable Arena First Lady Michelle Obama, who will be responsible for closing the night with his speech.
On Wednesday, players and speakers will be the Democratic candidate for senator from the state of Massachusetts and set up the party, Elizabeth Warren, and the popular former president Bill Clinton.
That same day in the afternoon, delegates Democrats of 50 states plus the District of Columbia will bring forward a vote of the presidential and vice presidential candidates will seek the Republican defeat in the presidential elections on November 6.
On Thursday, the current vice president accepted the nomination, and then it will be Obama who will give his acceptance speech at Bank of America Stadium great, with its more than 73,000 seats is home to the local football team Carolina Panthers.
Prior to his arrival, Obama began this weekend campaign tour "Road to Charlotte" for the states of Iowa, Colorado, Ohio, Louisiana and Virginia, where he continued his approach to the middle class and his criticism of the opposition.
Less than ten weeks before the presidential election and a dead heat in the polls, the attacks begin to rise between the two candidates as the election day approaches.
According to surveys conducted by averaging the specialized site Real Clear Politics, the leader of the White House gets 46.4% of voting intentions against 46.3% for Romney, who last week had its moment of maximum exposure accept his nomination at the Republican convention.