Obama visit sparks N.D. red, blue debate
FARGO -- Naomi Franek knows North Dakota has been a "red" state when it comes to presidential elections.
But something tells her a chromatic shift is imminent.
"I think we're really ready for a change," said the Fargo woman as she waited for the Democratic contender for the White House, U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., to speak in north Fargo Thursday afternoon.
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