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Bill Clinton headlining final week Obama rallies in seven states

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WASHINGTON--Former President Bill Clinton is on final week sprint for President Barack Obama--who will be loosing campaign days due to Hurricane Sandy. Clinton is stumping for Obama in Florida and Ohio on Monday--here is the rest of his schedule:

From the campaign:
Obama for America announced today that former President Bill Clinton will campaign this week in Minnesota, Iowa, Colorado, Ohio, Virginia, New Hampshire and Wisconsin. After joining Vice President Biden for a grassroots event in Youngstown Ohio today, President Clinton will travel to Minnesota for campaign rallies on Tuesday.

President Clinton's trip will include both a mix of battleground states, where he will continue to lay out the choice for the American people in this election, and states with strong Democratic bases, where he will fire up supporters and urge them to help get out the vote for President Obama.




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