Kaine Hits the Road for Obama
Following a weekend of campaigning, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine will hit the road to continue to talk up Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.
Kaine, a national co-chairman of Obama's campaign, will give a 10-minute convocation speech this morning at Liberty University in Lynchburg.
He is likely to speak about Obama's Christian faith, but votes for the Ilinois senator at the socially conservative school are going to be difficult to come by.
University chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. launched an ambitious drive this fall to get the school's 10,500 students registered to vote and on Election Day, he plans to cancel classes and provide buses to shuttle them to the poll.
Tonight, Kaine and fellow Democrat, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, will speak at the "One Week to Victory" Maryland Democratic Party Annual Gala in Baltimore.
October 27, 2008; 8:00 AM ET
Categories: Anita Kumar , Barack Obama , Election 2008/President , Timothy M. Kaine
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