IOWA VISIT: “Seinfeld” Star Stumping For Obama

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President Obama's campaign is bringing in a well-known actor in hopes of rallying Iowans to vote early.

Actor Jason Alexander, best known for his work as "George Costanza" on Seinfeld stopped by the Merle Hay campaign office.

Alexander spoke about why he is supporting President Obama and why he thinks other states should take notes on how Iowa conducts early voting.

"The policy of extended voting and the easy access to voting that Iowa has given to its citizens is remarkable, I don't understand why this isn't a national policy,” says Alexander.

Alexander also stopped in Nevada and had plans to drop in on a few other Obama campaign offices today to show his support.

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