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3rd Coast to Left Coast, Obama in Los Angeles

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He has a blog and he has a Flickr page. That alone makes him cool, right? Well... no, kinda hip, maybe. Anyway, all the buzz these days goes to Presidential Candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL). It would have been Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), but lately, she's reminding us more of the evil Vice President character in Prison Break (it's the way they both talk).

Obama is magnetic. So magnetic that "I have never seen that large of a political gathering in South Carolina in my 40 years of covering politicians," political columnist Lee Bandy told NPR's All Things Considered on Saturday. Bandy writes for The State newspaper in Columbia, S.C.

If you are curious to check out this magnetism, we recommend a little research and Obama's Issues page is a good start. You'll find out about cleaning up Washington, getting out of Iraq and other important thoughts. But for the moment, meet him tomorrow at a rally!

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The event, which is at Rancho Cienega Sports Complex, 5001 Rodeo Road, is free and open to the public.

Tickets are not required for the public, but recommended for faster entry.

The public can receive a ticket by RSVPing to ObamaLArally [at] gmail.com or by signing up for the event on his web site, www.barackobama.com.

Doors open at 2:00 p.m. Expect a big crowd, so get there early.

Photo by Jack Jenkins