Obama pre-election day 15-hour sprint: 2 states, 22 interviews

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INDIANAPOLIS, IND.–A long pre-election Monday for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), reaching out to blue collar voters as he shuttles between Indiana and North Carolina. Obama starts near dawn in Evansville, Ind., runs over to Durham, N.C. and returns to this capital city in the evening for an iconic signature election eve outdoor rally at the American Legion Mall. Ater that, he’ll visit a shift change at a plant.

On the free media front, Obama goes from the morning shows to Nightline. Obama has 22 interviews, including ABC’s Terry Moran trailing him for another Nightline “day in the life,” segment; Tom Joyner; ESPN, WBBM-AM Chicago with ears in northwest Indiana and outlets in Indiana, North Carolina

Summarized from an Obama release….

Barack Obama will stop by a construction site in Evansville…..He will drop by a labor breakfast in Evansville after the stop at the construction site. ….Barack Obama will fly to North Carolina late tomorrow morning where he will hold a discussion with workers at CREE Inc, a manufacturer of semiconductors used for green lighting. …Barack Obama will hold a rally on American Legion Mall in Indianapolis tomorrow evening. ……….following the event Obama will stop by a shift change at a plant in Indianapolis.

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