COUNTRY SONGS ON OBAMA'S CAMPAIGN LIST
CHICAGO (AP) -- President Barack Obama is hoping country music will help get him re-elected. His campaign has released a list of about 30 songs that will be used at various public events. Tunes by Sugarland and Darius Rucker are on there twice. Voters can expect to hear Sugarland's "Stand Up" and "Everyday America" as well as Rucker's "This" and "Learn To Live." Other songs that made the cut include Montgomery Gentry's "My Town," Zac Brown Band's "Keep Me In Mind," and Dierks Bentley's most recent No. 1 "Home." The campaign officials say they are paying to use the music.