Friday, October 26, 2007

Obama Meets 1,700 New Hampshire Voters

According to the Obama campaign, "Senator Barack Obama visited New Hampshire this week for the eighteenth time, spending three days in the Granite State. Obama talked to more than 1,700 New Hampshire voters, continuing to answer their questions with straight-forward, honest answers and demonstrate the strong, principled leadership that we need to bring about real change.

Sheila Muse of Nashua sat down with Obama to discuss his middle class tax fairness plan at a roundtable in Nashua on Monday. "Plenty of politicians say they want to know what regular people care about, but Obama actually sat down and had a real discussion with us," she said. "He answered every question with a clear answer and I felt like he really understood what average Americans care about. He seemed really honorable and ethical. He would be good for our country."

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