Obama Joins Biden on Stage, Visits Invesco Field
Updated 12:01 a.m.
By Anne E. Kornblut
Sen. Barack Obama joined Sen. Joe Biden on stage at the end of Biden's speech. After leaving the stage, he went to Invesco Field at Mile High, which is adjacent to the Pepsi Center, to practice the staging for his speech for tomorrow.
From the press pool report:
Obama strolled into onto the Invesco stage around 9:20 for a photo op with very little light (stadium overhead lights were off). He was joined by Axelrod, Gibbs, and Michelle Obama. He took in the stadium from a number of different vantage points, and with Axelrod walked down the runway to the raised center platform and podium. He kept his hands shoved in his suit pockets. He waved to a crowd of around 30 volunteers as the pool was escorted out.
Posted at 10:39 PM ET on Aug 27, 2008
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