The Washington Times - April 4, 2008, 11:09AM
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She seems totally at ease in mingling with crowds — rubbing a supporter’s shoulder here, posing for cell phone cameras without complaint, so tactile that when she later discovers she’s missing an earring she says offhandedly, “I must have hugged it off.”
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At least one mind had been changed, though it happened earlier in the day. Merrianne West, 60, of Mt. Washington had volunteered to help the campaign during Obama’s speech and happened to be at Tessaro’s when she showed up.\ \ Leaning close to Obama, she said, “Now I’m not voting for Barack. I’m voting for you.”


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Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter, The Washington Times