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Obama Campaign Press Release - More than 1000 New Hampshire Independents Endorse Obama

November 26, 2007

As Obama hosts roundtable with independents in Littleton, undeclared Granite Staters praise his principled leadership, history of bipartisan results.

Manchester, NH -- More than 1000 undeclared New Hampshire voters announced their intention to vote for Senator Barack Obama in the Democratic primary today. Citing his straightforward, principled approach and track record of putting results ahead of partisan political maneuvering, the Granite State independents endorsed Obama as the candidate they believe in to bring real change to Washington.

"I'm tired of watching the Democrats and Republicans in Washington play political games while millions of Americans remain uninsured, the disastrous Iraq war goes on with no end in sight, and global warming goes unchecked," said Russ Ouellete, an undeclared voter from Bedford. "It's time for a President who will stop promising change and actually rise above the partisan gridlock to deliver on it. Obama is the one candidate in this race who can bring people together to put real results ahead of party politics."

Today at a roundtable with independents in Littleton, Obama reiterated his intention to be a president who forges bipartisan solutions on big challenges. As an Illinois State Senator and a United States Senator, Obama has worked with Democrats and Republicans to make government work for people - expanding healthcare coverage, providing tax relief for working Americans, and passing sweeping ethics reforms.

Barack Obama, Obama Campaign Press Release - More than 1000 New Hampshire Independents Endorse Obama Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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