The Obama campaign released an initial crowd estimate of 75,000 people. That was later upgraded to “well over” 100,00 people, a tally confirmed by a Denver police spokesman.
The setting, on a sparkling day in this battleground state, said perhaps more than Obama did in his actual speech. His campaign is capitalizing on the scope of such rallies to get people to cast votes early, permitted in Colorado and more than two dozen other states.
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“What has always united us–what has always driven our people; what drew my father to America’s shores–is a set of ideals that speak to aspirations shared by all people: that we can live free from fear and free from want; that we can speak our minds and assemble with whomever we choose and worship as we please.”
When I’m President, we’ll rally this country to the cause of world-class education. That means putting our kids on a pathway to success with universal, quality, affordable early childhood education.
John McCain has spent a lot of time talking about trips to Iraq in the last few weeks, but maybe if he spent some time taking trips so the cities and towns that have been hardest hit by this economy–cities in Michigan, and Ohio, and right here in Minnesota–he’d understand the kind of change that people are looking for.
And we’re the party of Jefferson, who wrote the words that we are still trying to heed–that all of us are created equal–and who sent us West to blaze new trials, to make new discoveries, and to realize the promise of our highest ideals. the module Advanced settings.