Thanks to Chris for this find.
There are lots of McCain signs over in that area of Loudoun. Does this Virginia saturation by the candidates increase the chances of winning or is it just preaching to the choir?
October 21, 2008 – 4:43am
Barack Obama, the Democratic Party’s candidate for President, plans a late afternoon rally at Leesburg’s Ida Lee Park on Wednesday, Oct. 22. Gates open at 3 p.m., with the rally scheduled to begin at 5:30.
Although the event is free, Obama campaign officials urge individuals attending the rally make reservations at www.VA.barackobama.com. For security reasons, no banners or signs will be allowed. Also, bags will not be permitted and personal items should be limited.
The visit to Loudoun County will be Obama’s first of his two-year-old campaign for the nation’s highest elected office. He appeared at Robinson High School in Fairfax County for a rally prior to the convention, while his running mate, Sen. Joe Biden, recently held a rally in Sterling
From the Loudoun Times-Mirror