Hollywood, Florida (CNN) - President Obama kept up his efforts on Sunday to convince voters he's the only candidate for president that voters can trust.
Addressing a crowd of more than 25,000 supporters on a high school football field here in Broward County, Obama stuck to the closing argument he's been delivering to swing-state voters for the past several days.
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"When you're trying to compare the two candidates' agendas and you're talking about change, you know I know what real change looks like, because I've fought for it," Obama said, trying to counter Mitt Romney's claims that he's the true change candidate. "Because I've brought it. Because I've got the scars to prove it. Because I've got gray hair doing it. And after all we've been through together to bring about change we can't give up on it now, because there's more change to do."
Obama won Broward with 67% of the vote in 2008, and judging by the raised hands during introductions by former Florida Governor Charlie Crist and Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, much of the crowd may have already cast their ballot for the president. But the president called on the crowd to keep fighting for change.
"I don't know about you but I'm not ready to give up on that fight, and I hope you aren't either Florida," the president said. "I hope you still got some fight left in you."
Cuban-American Rapper Pitbull spoke before the president, exciting the crowd with a bilingual call for unity in support of Obama's reelection.
"You know what we got to worry about is sticking together and doing this together, and that's what we're doing here today," Pitbull said. "So it doesn't matter whether we're Latino, black, pink, purple, orange, white, it doesn't matter because we're all Americans and the end of it."