Presidential campaigns make several stops on Penn State campuses

April 10, 2008

The Pennsylvania primary election has garnered national attention for the past several weeks, as candidates and others speaking on their behalf have been criss-crossing the state in an effort to bring their messages to the voters.Several of those campaign stops have been made to various Penn State campuses. For photos, click on the links below.

April 10: Chelsea Clinton at Penn State University Park,

April 3: Chelsea Clinton at Penn State Hershey,

April 3: Former President Bill Clinton at Penn State Altoona,

March 30: Sen. Barack Obama at University Park,

March 27: Former President Bill Clinton at University Park,

March 24: Sen. Hillary Clinton at Penn State Fayette,

March 7: Former President Bill Clinton at Penn State Brandywine,

In addition, Ron Paul will speak at University Park on Friday, April 11. Photos will be available at on Monday, April 14.

The visits are part of Penn State's effort to expose students to the 2008 presidential campaign, part of the University's open-door policy to host campaign stops during this primary season.

  • Large crowds have gathered on several Penn State campuses to hear candidates speak.

    IMAGE: Greg Grieco

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