Student Democrats at Meridian Community College showed their support for Sen. Barack Obama Friday afternoon.
Several young people help up Obama-Biden campaign signs at the corner of 8th Street and Highway 11.
One participant said they want others to know they favor the Democratic nominee's plans for the economy, energy policy and more jobs.
"I just want to say, it doesn't matter who you vote for. Just go out and vote. Me personally, I'm voting for Obama. Nov. 4, go out and vote or don't do nothing at all. I'm just playing. Go vote," said MCC student Jheremy Gathright with a grin.
Obama is opposed by Republican nominee, Sen. John McCain. There are also five other parties listed on the Nov. 4 Mississippi ballot.
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