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Sweet's Obamaville: Top Dems in Chicago Tuesday to pitch Change-to-Win. Obama to Maine.

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CARBONDALE, ILL.--The top Democratic presidential candidates return to Chicago Tuesday to pitch the partner unions who are part of the Change-to-Win labor federation. No endorsement is expected at this time.

Obama then heads to Maine for a fund-raiser. That positions him in New England, where he will travel south Wednesday for the Democratic debate in New Hampshire.

from the Obama sked...


Chicago, IL
"CHANGE TO WIN" CONVENTION
International Ballroom
Chicago Hilton
720 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

Media Access: TBA
Senator Obama speaks: 11:30 AM

This event is not open to the public. Open to Change to Win members only.

Media Coverage: This event is open to the press. Change to Win is handling all media credentials. For information please contact Chris Ortman, christopher.ortman@changetowin.org.

**This event is being hosted by Change to Win. They are handling logistics.**


Portland, ME

COUNTDOWN TO CHANGE EVENT
Portland Expo Building
289 Park Ave
Portland, ME 04102

Media Access: 3:00 PM
Doors Open: 4:00 PM
Program Begins: 5:00 PM

Throw: 40 ft.
Cable Run: 300 ft.
Live Truck Parking: Expo/Portland Ice Arena Lot off Park Avenue
Wireless internet is not available.
Workspace: Directed on site.

This event is a fundraiser. Tickets to the event can be reserved at www.barackobama.com. General admission price is $23.

Media Coverage: The event is open press. For credentials please email: media@barackobama.com

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