SF Businessman Eager To See Obama
May 15, 2008, 12:31 PM
A Sioux Falls business owner is thrilled that Barack Obama is coming to town.
David Jones opened his fashion store last December. He says the economy and insurance are some of the biggest issues in the presidential race, and he wants to hear from all candidates before he makes up his mind.
That's why he glad to have the chance to hear from Barack Obama in person, and see what the hype is all about.
Jones says, “There are a lot of people I hear that are falling out when he comes, that he's filling up stadiums with people, the thousands. So actually, I was pretty excited.”
Jones adds that he'd even like to see John McCain make a stop in South Dakota sometime soon.
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