Together, we can change the world.
Sen. Barack Obama saved his biggest Virginia rally for last -- bringing out more than 85,000 people to the Prince William County Fairgrounds on the eve of Election Day.
The Democratic presidential nominee's final major rally before voters head to the polls brought Obama back to where he kicked off his general election race five months ago -- Northern Virginia.
"I know Virginia's ready to bring about change in America," Obama told a roaring crowd that waited hours under a "Vote for Change" sign for their candidate to appear. "It starts here Virginia," he said.
Somehow this considerably lessens the sting of the 'Skins having their butts handed to them on national TV. Laugh it up, Cole.