Barack Obama establishing campaign presence in Vermont

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Democrat Barack Obama is setting up shop in Vermont. His campaign gearing up for the state’s March 4 presidential primary.

The Illinois senator has sent seven staff workers to Vermont and will open storefront offices in four locations around the state in the coming weeks.

Rob Hill is state director of the Obama campaign. He says he’s not sure if the campaign will do any TV advertising or if Obama himself will make a campaign stop here.

Rival Hillary Clinton has yet to send any paid staff members to work in Vermont.

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