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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