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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama is setting up a field office in Utah to help boost his chances of winning over the state's delegates in the Feb. 5 primary.
Obama's campaign says it is seeking office space in Salt Lake City and will hire a full-time staff person to help coordinate volunteers excited about the Illinois senator's chances for the White House.
He would be the first 2008 presidential candidate to set up a field office in the state.
Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune
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