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Kaine Hits the Trail, Again, for Obama

Tim Craig

Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D) will be campaigning almost around the clock this weekend for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) in his quest for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Kaine will travel to South Carolina and Iowa, two states crucial to Obama's hopes of clinching the nomination. This will be the second time in a month that Kaine has left Virginia to stump for Obama.

Kaine serves as one of Obama's national cochairmen. You can review Kaine's complete weekend schedule below.

Saturday, Dec. 22 - South Carolina

Richland/Lexington County Democratic Party Annual Joint Breakfast
Suggs and Kelly Law Center
500 Taylor Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Program begins: 9:00am

Press Conference with Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr.
Johnson, Toal & Battiste, P.A.
1615 Barnwell Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Program begins: 1:30pm

Early Education Town Hall Meeting
Kershaw-Cornwallis House
Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site
222 Broad St
Camden, SC 29020
Program begins: 4:00pm

Economic Development Town Hall Meeting
Etta's Kitchen
1325 Highway 9 Bypass West
Lancaster, SC 29720
Program begins: 6:15pm

Sunday, December 23rd - Iowa

Clinton County Meet and Greet
Obama Campaign Office
1637 Lincoln Way
Clinton, IA 52732
Program begins: 11:00am

Jackson County Meet and Greet
Obama Campaign Office
106 S. Main St.
Maquoketa, IA 52060
Program begins:11:45am

Jones County Meet and Greet
Obama Campaign Office
405 E. Main St.
Anamosa, IA 52205
Program begins: 2:20pm

Delaware County Meet and Greet
Betty's Bread Basket
113 E. Main St.
Manchester, IA
Program begins: 3:55pm

Dubuque County Meet and Greet
Home of Ruth and Ralph Scharnau
2905 Wilderness Dr.
Dubuque, IA 52001
Program begins: 5:30pm

By Tim Craig  |  December 20, 2007; 7:22 PM ET
Categories:  Election 2008/President , Tim Craig , Timothy M. Kaine  
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