Obama, Clinton choose N.H. for "Unity" moment

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The Obama campaign just announced Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton will appear together in Unity, New Hampshire for an - ahem - unity rally on Friday.


And for added cuteness, it turns out both candidates earned 107 votes from the 1,700+ population town in the western part of the state during the Jan. 8 primary, which Clinton won. (John Edwards nabbed 78 votes in Unity.)


On the Republican side, Sen. John McCain won 81 votes in Unity on Jan. 8, and Mitt Romney won 70.


The campaign release announcing the “Unite for Change” rally promises more details soon.


Christina Bellantoni, national political reporter,
The Washington Times

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