Obama in Aiken

October 4, 2007

AIKEN, S.C.---Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is campaigning across South Carolina this weekend as a new Associated Press poll indicates potential black voters are split down the middle over Obama and Hillary Clinton.

The poll indicates more black voters than whites think the Illinois senator has the necessary experience to be president.

Obama will be at South Aiken High School on East Pine Log Road Saturday (October 6) at 3 o'clock for a rally. It's Obama's first stop in Aiken.


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  • by BAM Location: AUGUSTA on Oct 7, 2007 at 08:35 PM
    HERE WE GO TALKING ABOUT WHAT A RACE CAN DO FOR ANOTHER RACE HER HUSBAND DID JUT FINE RUNNING THIS COUNTRY AND I THINK SHE WOULD DO JUST AS FINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by Ronald Location: Washington, DC on Oct 4, 2007 at 02:40 PM
    I don't mean any harm to my fellow African-Americans in the south; But why would you even consider voting for Hillary Clinton? She doesn't care about any of you and just wants your vote. It's time to wise up and support Barak Obama. Not only is he the best candidate, he really understands all of us (black, white, latino) and will work for all people, not just for his political friends. Make the right choice black people, vote for Barack Obama!
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