Sen. Barack Obama on Tuesday campaigned in Georgia, a Republican-leaning state that his campaign hopes to turn blue.
"It's good to be in Georgia," Obama told a crowd in Powder Springs.
"I've often said that I'm running for president to put the American dream within reach for every American. And that means making sure that if you work hard, you'll be able to build a better life not just for yourself, but for your children and grandchildren." Read full article »
CNN's Mark Preston, Alexander Marquardt and Kristi Keck contributed to this report.