Monday, January 14, 2008
I-Reporter meets multiple candidates
launchJoshua Dobias, a graduate student at the University of New Hampshire, loved the idea of having a "front row seat" for the presidential primaries.

Not only that, but he took full advantage of it by setting out from the beginning of the campaign to meet as many presidential candidates as possible.

An Obama supporter, Dobias still enjoyed hearing from all sides, and saw it as a "unique, awesome experience."

Dobias shook hands with all of the major party candidates except for Fred Thompson and former candidate Tommy Thompson.

launchHe also took pictures with Democrats Sen. Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, Sen. Barack Obama and Republican Sens. John McCain and Sam Brownback.

And in all but one case, he wore the same lacrosse sweatshirt, for "consistency."

Well, it only happens once every four years, so why not? No word yet if Dobias plans to continue this during the general election.

You've seen what I-Reporters are sending us. Now, comment below and share your story, and send us your I-Reports as the presidential race to the finish heats up.
Why is it when CNN reports anything they never mention Ron Paul?
I've heard John McCain has a nasty temper. do we really need someone like that, a 'Hawk', willing to spend 100 years in Iraq, sitting in the Oval office with his finger on THE Red button?????
what's wrong with John McCain's face, it's all swollen on the left side???
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