June 20, 2007
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama stopped in Durham for a private meeting at the N.C. Mutual building on June 14 before heading to a $1,000-a-head fundraiser at the Chapel Hill home of Steven Lerner and Sharon Van Horn.
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