Obama Will Be in Norfolk Tomorrow
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama will campaign tomorrow in Norfolk, the second time in less than a month that he will be spending two consecutive days in Virginia.
Obama will hold a town hall meeting later today in Lebanon in Southwest Virginia, the town of 9,000 that U.S. Senate Candidate Mark R. Warner spoke about during his keynote address at the Democratic National Convention. Obama will speak at Norfolk's Granby High School tomorrow to discuss educational issues.
Obama's visit to Norfolk may be an attempt to counter a rally that GOP presidential nominee John McCain and his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R), will be holding tomorrow in Fairfax County.
McCain and Palin will be making their first public campaign swing in Virginia since before the Feb. 12 primary. Obama will be making his fifth visit.
September 9, 2008; 10:35 AM ET
Categories: Barack Obama , Election 2008/President , John McCain , Tim Craig
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