President Barack Obama called into Rickey Smiley's morning show on 97.9 The Beat this morning to urge listeners to vote.
Obama has been giving interviews to local radio stations around the country in recent days.
Once the election is over, Obama told Smiley that he hoped that the winners can get out of campaign mode and work together.
"I’m willing to compromise on certain issues but there are certain core issues I’m not willing to compromise on. I’m not going to cut education spending by 20% to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy," Obama said.
He later added, "We don't have time to be fussing and fighting."
Smiley talked to Obama about music the president has been listening to lately.
"I actually have been listening to some of the neo-soul...the First Lady turned me on to Anthony David. He's got some nice music," Obama said.
Smiley jokingly asked if Obama could raise the speed limit to 85 miles per hour.
"No we're not going to do that. We need the revenue from all those tickets you're paying," Obama shot back.