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July 27, 2007 1:10 PM

Obama plans first Sacramento campaign stop

By Shane Goldmacher - Capitol Alert

Obamamania is coming to Sacramento. In early August, the Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama will make his first campaign stop in the California capital. Though the Illinois senator is not scheduled to make a public speech, his Sacramento-area backers are planning an afternoon rally Aug. 8 on the corner of 16th and J streets to "show him Sacramento's support."

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