1. Wide of Former President Barack Obama walking in with Senator Tim Kaine holding boxes of doughnuts
2. Mid of Obama showing off box of doughnuts
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Sen. Tim Kaine, (D) Virginia:
"We hope to see a blue wave tomorrow night in Virginia and elsewhere, but even more, even more than a blue wave, what this nation needs right now, what this world needs from us right now is a wave of compassion, a wave of character, a wave of decency, love, community, caring, a wave of righteousness, a wave of justice. That's what's on the ballot tomorrow night. Jennifer needs to win. I need to win. But we've got to send a message to every corner of this country and every part of this world that we are a nation of character and decency and compassion."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Former President Barack Obama:
"The good news is, is that all across the country, what I'm seeing is this great awakening - people, I think, who had taken for granted that we had made certain strides, we had made certain progress, that, yeah, of course women are treated with respect, of course we're not going to judge people based on their skin color, or their last name, of course we're gonna expect basic decency and honesty and straight talk from folks in high office. Suddenly people woke up and said, oh, I guess we can't take this for granted. We've got to fight for this. We - don't boo, vote!"
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Former President Barack Obama:
"It's a long race, making the world better. One election is not going to change everything. Just because Jennifer's in Congress or Tim is back in the Senate, doesn't mean suddenly that there's no poverty in America. It doesn't mean that suddenly, we're getting all the gun violence out of our schools, or our places of worship. It doesn't mean that everybody who desperately needs jobs is gonna find one right away. It doesn't mean that suddenly climate change is solved. But what it does mean is things start getting better."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Former President Barack Obama:
"Better is good. Better is important. Better is a start. That's what you're doing. You're going out there, you're going to make sure that people vote to start making things better. (cheers) And when you do that, the spirit of America is going to shine. Alright? Let's get to work! We're going to vote for Jennifer. We're going to vote for Tim. Let's make sure everybody else does too. Love you guys."
Bearing boxes of doughnuts, former President Barack Obama and Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine made a surprise visit to a Fairfax, Virginia, campaign office to visit with volunteers working to generate a large voter turnout.
Obama, still hoarse from days of campaigning, told volunteers that issues like health care and opportunities for working families are "on the ballot," along with the nation's character.
"You're going out there, you're going to make sure that people vote to start making things better," Obama said. "And when you do that, then the spirt of America is going to shine. Alright? Let's get to work."
The former president campaigned in recent days in Florida, Georgia, Indiana and Illinois for a slate of Democrats running in key Senate and gubernatorial races.
The event brought Obama back together with Kaine, a former Virginia governor who was among the first elected officials in the nation to endorse his presidential campaign in 2008.