Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Clinton, Obama to
campaign together
The Denver Post

CHICAGO — Democrat Barack Obama's campaign announced Friday that he will campaign with former rival Hillary Rodham Clinton this week, a step toward unifying a fractured Democratic Party.
Obama's campaign said in a brief e-mail that the two senators and former opponents will campaign together for the first time Friday and more details would be forthcoming.
A day earlier, Obama and Clinton also plan to meet in Washington with some of her top contributors in an effort to calm donors who remain frustrated with Obama's presidential campaign. The former first lady will introduce Obama to her financial backers.
Clinton, a New York senator and former first lady, suspended her campaign for the Democratic nomination this month after Obama, an Illinois senator, secured enough delegates to clinch the nomination.
Obama's campaign disclosed the joint appearance — but offered few details. The Associated Press

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