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Barack Obama Visits Carnegie Mellon

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Uploaded on Jun 26, 2008

Senator Barack Obama spoke at Carnegie Mellon University on June 26, 2008. Senator Obama ended his three week "Change that Works for You" tour by hosting a summit at Carnegie Mellon on ensuring America's competitiveness in the global economy. The summit brought together economic, educational, community-based and industry leaders to discuss the challenges facing our workforce and craft solutions for the 21st Century.

In anticipation of the 2008 presidential election, Carnegie Mellon extended invitations to speak on campus to both Senator John McCain and Senator Barack Obama. The university did not support or oppose any particular candidate and maintained an open door policy to all presidential candidates.

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