Bruce Springsteen Joins Obama Onstage in Wisconsin

Rocker campaigns for president on final day before election

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Bruce Springsteen joined President Obama onstage at a rally in Madison, Wisconsin, today as election season winds down. The New Jersey rocker opened the rally with "No Surrender," and also played tracks including "The Promised Land" and "Land of Hope and Dreams" for a crowd of around 18,000. "It's crunch time now, the president's job, our job, yours and mine – whether you're a Republican, a Democrat, an independent, rich, poor, black, brown, white, gay, straight, soldier, civilian – is to keep that hope alive," Springsteen told the crowd.

Barack Obama has planned campaign stops in Columbus, Ohio, and Des Moines, Iowa, today, the final day of campaigning before tomorrow's election.