Obama to campaign in Durham, hold small-dollar fundraiser

DURHAM (AP) -- Illinois Sen. Barack Obama is coming to North Carolina to campaign in the home state of rival Democrat John Edwards. Obama's campaign said Friday that it will host a "Countdown to Change" fundraiser in Durham on Nov. 1. Edwards is a former North Carolina senator who lives in nearby Chapel Hill. Both are seeking the Democratic nomination along with front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton. Obama's "Countdown to Change" events are designed as small-dollar fundraisers. General admission tickets are $25 while students can get in for $15. (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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