How Virginia Beach accommodated a last-minute Obama rally
As he crisscrosses the country on the campaign trail, Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama is filling up arenas and halls like no candidate in recent history. In February, campaign stops in Minneapolis; Hartford, Conn.; Seattle; and Virginia Beach, Va., among others, each drew between 15,000 and 20,000 attendees. Often these massive events materialize just days before they're to happen, setting off a flurry of last-minute activity. If you've ever wondered how it all comes together, ...
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