August 27th, 2008
11:00 AM ET
6 years ago

Obama-Biden bus tour announced

(CNN) – Barack Obama and Joe Biden are set to hit several battleground states following the conclusion of the Democratic Nation Convention Thursday evening, the Obama campaign announced Wednesday.

The tour is dubbed "On the Road to Change,” and will feature stops in Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania – all states expected to play a critical roll this fall.

The trip will be the first extended campaign leg featuring Obama and Biden together, as well as both candidates’ spouses.


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  1. marcel

    Senators Obama and Biden will do an excellent job on their tour together. They will be even better as President Obama and Vice-President Biden starting January 20th 2009.

    August 27, 2008 02:48 pm at 2:48 pm |
  2. Janey/Michigan

    Jessie–in case you did not know, the reason there are no McCain positive comments on these blogs is because they are not posted. This is a left wing blog site! You young people should educate yourselves in something other than college prof rhetoric.This one will probably not appear, either.

    August 27, 2008 02:48 pm at 2:48 pm |
  3. Cho wanki

    The Democrats are by now aware that America cannot miss this great opportuned moment to pursue its path of frontline history. It is the appointed moment for Americans to champion the rewriting of world history with Obama as the engraved symbol of fulfilled world unity in the White House. Hillary demonstrated yesterday she will go down the historical lane as one of the principal architects.
    This is something that will slam a dead blow to ever-resurfacing racism. Every right-thinking humanistic American will offer a chance to the force of arguments rather than the argument of force in America's watchdog role in world politics and the economy. Americans are aware that for a more rational use of bombs to settle terrorist scores and a better concentration on the economic welfare of all Americans and the world at large, Obama has the better chance. Obama and Biden must on this occasion use this McCain experience propaganda aginst him. Bush stood a better chance four years ago on the basis of previous experience; yet he's going down in history as the worst American president on all fronts. I think Americans must read Bush into McCain. .

    August 27, 2008 03:31 pm at 3:31 pm |
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