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Tickets gone for Obama event (Gary, Indiana, April 9)

GARY | In less than three hours, all the tickets for U.S. Sen. Barack
Obama's visit to Gary tomorrow were snapped up by waiting crowds.

Barack Obama tickets are gone (Lafayette, IN, April 9)

Tickets for Senator Obama visit are gone (South Bend, IN, April 8)

If you don't have a ticket yet, you're out of luck. All the tickets for
Wednesday night's Barack Obama rally at Washington High School were handed
out on Tuesday. Thousands of people are expected to attend the 10:00 p.m. speech

Obama visits Fort Wayne - Sold out! (Fort Wayne, IN, April 4)

Tickets all gone for Obama's Missoula Speech (Missoula, MT, April 3)

MISSOULA – The Barack Obama campaign said Thursday that all available tickets for Obama's rally Saturday in Missoula have been given out....

At 9:30 a.m. Thursday the campaign web site reported: "Tickets for the Rally with Barack Obama in Missoula, MT are no longer available".
Pittsburgh Obama events sold out (March 28)

Word of Sen. Barack Obama's statewide bus-tour stop in Pittsburgh scheduled
for Friday spread through the community like wildfire Wednesday.

The events -- a rally in Oakland at 11 a.m. and a town hall meeting in
Greensburg at 5:30 p.m. -- are both sold out.
Tickets for Barack Obama rally in Medford sold out(Medford, OR March 21)

Tickets to see Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama at a town hall
event Saturday ran out within the first hour.

"It's been absolutely insane, and we love it," said Denise Cyr, who is
helping the Obama campaign in Southern Oregon.

She said she has received 2,000 e-mails, dozens of calls and emotional
moments as she told people there were no more tickets.
Obama ticket frenzy on Craigslist (Portland, March 21)

A teenager who just came of voting age, pleading for the chance to hear a
presidential hopeful.

A desperate parent asking for an extra ticket for her child.

A lucky ticket-holder offering to give up his seats in exchange for an X-Box 360.

These are just a few of the posts placed on the Portland Craigslist website in the hours after all tickets to Senator Barack Obama's Portland visit were given away.
Tickets all gone for Obama's Portland rally (March 19)

PORTLAND, Ore. - It didn't take long for tickets for a Portland rally
involving Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama to run out.

Officials for the Illinois senator's campaign gave away more than 10,000
tickets online for the Friday morning event at Memorial Coliseum and handed
out thousands more at his Portland campaign headquarters, where the line
stretched four to five blocks long at times Wednesday.

A lucky ticket-holder offering to give up his seats in exchange for an X-Box
360.

These are just a few of the posts placed on the Portland Craigslist website
in the hours after all tickets to Senator Barack Obama's Portland visit were
given away.

Tickets to Obama town hall gone (Charlotte, NC, March 17)

CHARLOTTE -- It took just two hours for tickets to Sen. Barack Obama's
campaign stop in Charlotte to sell out.

Tickets all gone for Obama's Missoula speech (Missoula, Montana, April 3)

MISSOULA - The Barack Obama campaign said Thursday that all available
tickets for Obama's rally Saturday in Missoula have been given out.

The free tickets were distributed through Obama's campaign Web site and
through his campaign office in Missoula.

At 9:30 a.m. Thursday the campaign web site reported: "Tickets for the Rally
with Barack Obama in Missoula, MT are no longer available".

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Originally posted to Asp on Thu Apr 10, 2008 at 05:27 AM PDT.

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