Obama visit open thread

JGFitzgerald -- October 28th, 2008

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Joe and Deb

105 Responses to “Obama visit open thread”

  1. Emmy says:

    No VP, I don’t really expect it to get better…but one can hope.

  2. Next Tuesday Emmy, for the first time in 8 very long years, we can all start hoping again.

  3. Peppa says:

    There is no doubt the Republicans are a little bit nervous…
    and they should be! ——– Obama wins easily!

  4. Renee says:

    I’m hoping that an unexpected number of young voters that have cell phones only and haven’t been polled turn out on voting day. I’m hoping an unprecedented number of minorities show up on voting day. I’m hoping everyone that is fed up with the direction George Bush has been taking our country shows up on election day.

    I’m expecting a landslide for Obama – despite the apparent voter suppression tactics, despite the racism, and despite the lies spread about him throughout the campaign – but it will only happen if everyone gets out and votes on Tuesday!

  5. Josh says:

    A Portland friend just pointed me to this NPR story that mentions Harrisonburg:

    Obama Made Inroads Into Rural Republican Base

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