(Chicago, IL) -- President Obama is casting his vote for Governor Quinn. He spoke to a crowd of 62-hundred in Chicago last night and said voting was the first thing on his list of things to do today. The President tried to convince the crowd to give Quinn four more years. He says Quinn has taken on challenges and made tough calls during his time in office. Quinn often uses that same line, touting his fight to reform the state's pension system and rein in the state's budget by shutting down prisons.