WILMINGTON -- While many of those greeting Senator Clinton last evening were cheerful supporters, not every one was happy about the candidate's visit. One group in particular: UNCW's Sigma Sigma Sigma chapter had obtained a permit for a fundraiser downtown yesterday, but was displaced by Sen. Clinton's visit. The group had been told it couldn't remain on the river walk for security purposes. The charity fundraiser has been an annual event for the past eight years. After hearing about the incident on NewsChannel 3, the campaign called the chapter's president today and apologized. Sigma Sigma Sigma President Anna Todaro said, "I'm definitely grateful that they took the time out to personally seek us out because that really means a lot. That such a big campaign and such a big thing like that is able to come and talk to the little people about a situation such as what happened with us." Todaro said she's still an Obama supporter. She also said the sorority came in about $500 short of its goal. The Clinton camp said it wasn't weren't sure yet if it was going to donate and make up the difference.
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