Obama Campaign To Open Headquarters Saturday | The Hoglawyer

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Obama Campaign To Open Headquarters Saturday

Posted By on Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 2:49 PM

For anyone interested, Obama's HQ will open Sat. at 112 W.7th Str. in NLR according to Arkansas Business.

The party website says:

Saturday, September 13 2008, 12:00 - 4:00 by Anonymous Hits : 12 Come and help us kick off the official opening of the Obama Arkansas Headquarters! Come out to meet elected officals, our campaign staff, & fellow volunteers, but be ready to get to work, there will be plenty to do! Location: Arkansas for Obama Headquarters 112 W. 7th Street North Little Rock, AR 72114
Contact: Susan Carroll scarrgo47 at hotmail dot com

Barack-o-billies for Obama will have a fund-raiser next Tuesday at Vino's feature beer, pizza and "rockabilly/honky-tonk legends Rosie Flores and James Intveld."

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