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Charles Edwards, 95, shook hands with Senator Barack Obama yesterday after presenting him with a handmade walking stick during a town hall meeting at Virginia High School in Bristol, Va. Obama hopes to wrest the state from Republicans in November. Charles Edwards, 95, shook hands with Senator Barack Obama yesterday after presenting him with a handmade walking stick during a town hall meeting at Virginia High School in Bristol, Va. Obama hopes to wrest the state from Republicans in November. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Globe Staff And Associated Press / June 6, 2008

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Barack Obama moved quickly yesterday to put his imprint on the national party, eager to reinforce its fund-raising operation and pursue an aggressive general election campaign. (Full article: 781 words)

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