BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - President Barack Obama is urging his Vermont supporters to help him continue to implement the change he began four years ago.
Speaking during a brief stop in Burlington, the president also offered condolences for the family of Melissa Jenkins, the 33-year-old St. Johnsbury woman who was slain this week.
The campaign swing included fundraisers that were expected to draw 4,500 people.
The president was greeted as he stepped off Air Force One by Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Burlington Mayor Bob Kiss and Burlington Mayor-elect Miro Weinberger.
Obama's next scheduled stop is Portland, Maine.