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Keynote speaker impresses Pennsylvania delegates
[EIGHTH Edition]
Morning Call - Allentown, Pa.
Author: John L. Micek and Jeff Miller Of The Morning Call
Date: Jul 28, 2004
Start Page: A.3
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Count Pennsylvania's Democratic National Convention delegates among the fans of their party's newest rising star: Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Barack Obama of Illinois.

Keystone State delegates spoke glowingly of Obama's prime-time address to the Democratic National Convention here Tuesday night, describing him as Clintonesque in his charisma and inspiring in his ideas.

Obama used the prestigious keynote address to highlight the opportunities the country had provided to a descendant of immigrants. Obama also used the speech to build the case for Democratic presidential challenger John F. Kerry's credentials for commander in chief.

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