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Candidates' Surrogates Get to Enjoy Hawaiian Sun

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Candidates' Surrogates Get to Enjoy Hawaiian Sun

Election 2008

Candidates' Surrogates Get to Enjoy Hawaiian Sun

Candidates' Surrogates Get to Enjoy Hawaiian Sun

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As the Democratic presidential candidates brave freezing rain and snow in Wisconsin the day before its primary, they may wish they were in Hawaii. The Aloha State also holds its Democratic primary Tuesday, but it's a tad too far to go, so the candidates have surrogates enjoying the sun.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Aloha. I'm Renee Montagne.

Democratic presidential candidates braving freezing rain and snow in Wisconsin the day before its primary may wish they were in Hawaii. Hawaii holds its Democratic primary tomorrow too. A tad too far to go, so they've got surrogates enjoying the sun. Chelsea Clinton ate chili at Zippy's, the popular Hawaiian chain restaurant. And Barack Obama, who was born there, has a half-sister who lives there and she's campaigning for him.

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