McCain-Palin Come to Blaine
Republican Presidential nominee John McCain and his running mate Sarah Palin continued their campaign tour in Blaine, Minn. at the hangar at the Anoka County-Blaine Airport.
According to the MinnPost.com article, over 13,000 people showed up for the event.
The article then went on to talk about the reactions of the people who came out to see and hear the candidates. It talked about how it was very hard to hear so some people left early while others stayed and enjoyed the "enthusiasm" and the positive atmosphere.
The Star Tribune article went into more depth of exactly what the two candidates spoke about instead of just getting the reactions of the crowd. The article also talked about how the two were trying to target key voter groups for the upcoming election. For instance, the article talked about the importance of women and independent, middle-class voters and their support.
The Star Tribune article goes more in-depth about the event and doesn't give any bias towards either side. The MinnPost.com article isn't biased, either, but it would have been nice to have more information on exactly the candidates were speaking about.