Obama Speaks to Packed Target Center
Presidential hopeful Barack Obama spoke to a near sell out crowd at the Target Center Saturday afternoon, reports the Pioneer Press. The Target Center was nearly filled to it's capacity of 20,000 with many spectators waiting five hours to get their seats.
Obama spoke to the crowd of supporters about his message of hope and change, a common theme that has driven his campaign so far.
The visit comes just days before Minnesotans, and many other states vote in their primary elections on Tuesday, known commonly by the press as "Super Tuesday," because of it's importance in the candidates race for their parties nomination.