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Philip Davich

The New York Times is reporting (http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/29/us/politics/29dems.html?hp) that Hillary Clinton's advisers now regard Indiana as a "must win" state for her, and that if she loses the Indiana primary, she should concede defeat to Senator Obama.

Paul Morrison

I walked past the beginnings of a Hillary Campaign office on Fairfield just south of Taylor. There was no one in the building and there is a hand written sign said something like "no media access until official announcement."

Emery McClendon

I think that having Senator Obama connect to an event such as ARMAD would help swing people. Please visit www.armad.net for information.

This is not a POST, just information for you to consider.

Charlotte A. Weybright

While Hillary's office isn't open yet, her campaign does have canvassing and phone banking going on.

I helped phone bank last Wednesday, and many others are out door-to-door canvassing.

Robert Wayne

I want Obama to start looking like a winner like he did at first. When Hillary said this a.m. that she had more votes than any candidate he should not have replied that he had more delegates. He should have said with a smile that she doesn't know how to count--I have the popular vote, the delagates, and the most states. He needs to ignore her remarks. She is getting under his skin and it shows. We need to wipe the smile off her face in NC and Indiana.

Vernon A Todd

The window shot of the Obama campaign HQ with all the signs really doesn't do it justice. I stopped in there a couple of hours ago and the young people inside are the real sign of the times.It's obvious that they are ready for the change he promises.
When I stopped in I was on my way to vote early. That should help wipe some of the smile from her face Charlotte!

Marlene Ellsworth

I voted early, voted for Obama : END THE DRAMA, VOTE FOR OBAMA! I EARNESTLY HOPE THAT HE WILL STOP THE WAR AND MAKE TOP-NOTCH HEALTH CARE AVAILABLE TO EVERY AMERICAN!

Julie A Ottenweller

Sen. Obama almost had me. I was so close to switching my allegiance to him. And then I heard and saw the "Hold on Sweetie" comment. Wow, it is a big deal to me! How condescending! How demeaning! How egotistical! How UNPRESIDENTIAL! It really screamed at me that he is just another member of the good ole boy club. His response that sometimes he just says that spoke volumes. I am SOOOOO disappointed. And it is a big deal!

brenda morgan

I think OBAMA is the man for the job of the next president of the united states. He will bring unity to all of the american people.Make us all feel proud to be U.S. citzens.But some of the people that helping to get to us all ready for the vote {right here in fort wayne ] have a short detail spand.I would like to get that call I was to get 09/23/2008. for the shirt that I won at mc millian park on 09/21/2008 please.I WOULD LIKE TO SHOW MY SUPPORT AS I TALK.

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