Michelle Obama made two stops in the keystone state on Wednesday to campaign for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  Supporters, many college students, gathered for one of those stops at the Fitzgerald Field House in Oakland.

University of Pittsburgh sophomore Saket Rajprohat, who introduced the First Lady, told about 3,000 spectators how the Obama administration helped his family.

Other speakers included Austin Davis, Vice-Chair, Allegheny County Democratic Committee, Campus Organizer Betsy Good, Campus Organizer, Pennsylvania Victory Coordinated Campaign, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, County Councilman DeWitt Walton, City Councilman Dan Gilman, and Erin McClelland, Candidate for Congress (PA-12).

Read more at the New Pittsburgh Courier: Michelle Obama visits college students to campaign for Hillary Clinton

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