June 23, 2008
Former rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will kick off their first campaign appearance together in a small, symbolic New Hampshire town.
The presumptive nominee and former first lady will meet in the town of Unity.
Officials say they picked the location for more than just its name-during January's primary, the two candidates got the exact same number of votes in the town.
While meeting with supporters in New Mexico today, Obama praised Clinton for opening a door to future generations.
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