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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
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,

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

Portland, ME

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 General admission price is $23.

Media Coverage: The event is open press. For credentials please email:

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