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May 6, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Obama to visit Buffalo

President Barack Obama will travel to Western New York next Thursday to dscuss his administration’s latest job creation efforts.

For the next stop on his White House to Main Street Tour, Obama will travel to Buffalo on Thursday. According to U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, he will discuss the latest efforts in Western New York to create good-paying jobs and rebuild the economy.

“I’m proud President Obama is coming to Western New York. This shows his strong commitment to the region. It is something I advocated for because I believe Western New York can play a leading role in America’s economic recovery. When President Obama comes next week, he will meet families, workers, businesses and entire communities that stand ready to help lead America’s economic recovery. From a world-class manufacturing tradition to cutting edge businesses and universities, to people who know the true meaning of hard work, Western New York can help lead America’s economic recovery.”

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