GW students campaign for Obama in Arlington

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This post was written by Hatchet Reporter Lindsay Corcoran

ARLINGTON, Va – GW students, along with other supporters of Sen. Barack Obama, continued to campaign for the Democratic presidential nominee today by knocking on doors in northern Virginia and encouraging supporters to vote.

At homes in a neighborhood here, they provided information to Obama supporters about polling locations.

“This is really about telling people to get out and vote,” said senior Daniel Malin, a student going door-to-door for Obama today in northern Virginia. “We are only going to Obama supporters today to try and get the numbers up at the polls.”

He added, “I’ve been canvassing for the past few days and I really do feel like we are making a significant difference.”

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