Campaign: Obama To Visit South Dakota Friday
May 12, 2008, 10:08 AM
The campaign of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama says the candidate will appear in South Dakota on Friday.
It will be the Illinois senator's first campaign stop in the state in advance of the June 3 primary.
The campaign said it will release more details later, including the location of the event.
Last week, Obama's rival, Hillary Clinton, spoke to a crowd of supporters in Sioux Falls. Her husband, former President Bill Clinton, campaigned for her on Saturday in Rapid City.
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