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October 27, 2008


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lynne s of oz

That's a heap of bikes (and people) - good to see!
I looked it up online and found there was a large and enthusiastic crowd there.
Only Palin has visited our area and it cost $500 to go! Not that I would bother.

Janice in GA

Fascinating! Can't wait to read the rest.

Alyce Barry

Thanks for this report, how exciting, and your pictures are great as always, I particularly enjoy the kids climbing up on the pillars to see. I've heard reporters on NPR talk about the tangible excitement at an Obama rally. I'm told I saw either candidate or President Eisenhower when I was little, I grew up in a town (Glenview, Illinois) with a US Naval Air Base, and he went through in a motorcade. I guess the then-equivalent of Air Force One landed at the base. I don't know the year, but I was born in 1951, so I might have seen him while he was campaigning for the 1952 election or at any time during the next eight years.

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