Sean Combs’ “Vote or Die” campaign has been noticeably off the radar this election, as opposed to 2004, but maybe it will get jump-started in this final day. Combs was reportedly a participant in a call Obama held this morning to rally African-American leaders. Oprah Winfrey, who was also on the call, chimed in to urge listeners to make America “truly one nation indivisible.” Other participants were more traditional political leaders, like Donna Brazile and Jim Clyburn. Obama’s topics included “what it would say to the world to see his daughters play on the South Lawn of the White House,” according to Politico. “The call is another mark of Obama’s broad, if low-profile, effort to drive historic black turnout,” writes Ben Smith.
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