Bob Dylan Predicts Obama’s Victory on Elections Day

In advance of Elections Day various celebrities have shared their opinion about the two political candidates. Bob Dylan, for instance, predicted that Barack Obama will register a big victory at the end of Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.

Bob Dylan entertained the crowd in Wisconsin on Monday night with some of his best songs. Given that the state of Wisconsin is one of the biggest battlegrounds for Elections Day, the artist stated midway through his single “Blowing’ In The Wind” that he thinks Obama will win a landslide.

The singer was very communicative with the Madison audience. He told his listeners that he tried to make a good performance because the president visited the state earlier on the same day. A few hours before Dylan’s concert, President Barack Obama appeared at a morning rally in the same city, being accompanied by singer Bruce Springsteen.

The American songwriter could not refrain from sharing his opinion about the evolution of the much-awaited elections. He addressed the public telling them not to believe what the media says because Obama has many chances of winning the elections. As a matter of fact, the difference between the two candidates will be so big that Obama is going to make a “landslide”.

Whether there were Romney supporters in the crowd or not, they didn’t seem to be bothered by the artists declarations. They were more interesting in hearing Dylan’s song, so they all went ecstatic when Bob resumed his interpretation. The Minnesota-born musician completed his encore and received the public’s applauses upon his exit. 

What do you think? Will Barack Obama prevail on Tuesday or not? Share your opinion in the comments section below.

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