There was much support for President Obama and his plan for America coming from the Wade house on Election day. Not only did Dwyane Wade vote for the President but he also encouraged others to support his vision telling Jet readers, "President Obama and the vision he represents is what I envision for my sons and for the country they will inherit."
Wade went on to talk about his experience working with the President's fatherhood initiative saying, "As a father, I try to instill in my children the full knowledge of their own endless potential and unlimited possibility. I see this same pride in the fathers I work with through President Obama’s Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative, which strives to make fatherhood a priority for everyone in our communities. For the first time in American history, we can raise children for whom no dream is too big," said the Miami 'Heat' player.
Among the many things the president has done, Dwyane found his health care reform bill to be most inspiring. "Over the last four years, I have been continually inspired and reassured by the President’s unfaltering commitment to improving the lives of all Americans," said the basketball player. "He passed historic health reform, making health insurance affordable and accessible to millions."
Dwyane Wade has two children, Zion and Zaire, with ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches.