Obama Will End Campaign in Northern Virginia
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama announced tonight his final event of the campaign will take place Monday evening in Northern Virginia.
Obama plans to hold a large rally in or near Manassas Park, although an exact location has yet to be determined.
Obama's decision to end his 20-month campaign in Virginia is yet another sign that he views Virginia, which last voted for a Democratic presidential nominee in 1964, as a crucial battleground. Obama has made 10 stops in Virginia since June, when he kicked off his general election campaign with stops in Bristol and at Nissan Pavilion near Manassas.
Considering Obama has drawn crowds that exceed 100,000, Monday night's rally could be a massive affair, although its unclear if the campaign can find a large venue in that part of Prince William County.
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