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Bill Clinton planning Thursday visit to stump for Obama and Franken

Details of a Minneapolis visit Thursday by former President Bill Clinton are being finalized this afternoon by local campaign workers for Sen. Barack Obama and Senate candidate Al Franken.

Unless there’s a change, he’ll be stumping for both candidates. It will be the second time in nine days that we’ve had a Clinton in town: Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton held a rally for Franken Oct. 21 at the University of Minnesota and then went to Hibbing that night for an Obama rally on the range.

The event will be Thursday evening, but time and place haven’t been determined.

Tickets will be required but will be free. They will be available through the Obama and Franken campaigns starting Tuesday morning. More ticket and event information will be released when available.

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  1. Submitted by Robert Moffitt on 10/28/2008 - 01:27 pm.

    The St. Cloud Times is reporting that DNC chair Howard Dean will be at a rally in SCSU on Nov. 1.

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