President Bush campaigned in Oakland County Wednesday afternoon.
Speaking to a crowd of more than 18,000, he defended his administration's record on education, health, and the economy.
The majority of the President's 45-minute speech was devoted to talking about the war in Iraq.
This was the President's first public campaign stop in Oakland County this year. His father won the county in 1992.
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