Sen. Barack Obama speaks with the press during a shopping visit at The Shop Right Store in Norristown, Pennsylvania, in April 2008.
Sen. Barack Obama speaks with the press during a shopping visit at The Shop Right Store in Norristown, Pennsylvania, in April 2008. (Bonnie Weller / Philadelphia Inquirer / MCT
Sen. Barack Obama speaks with the press during a shopping visit at The Shop Right Store in Norristown, Pennsylvania, in April 2008. (Bonnie Weller / Philadelphia Inquirer / MCT

A surge of new voters in Pennsylvania is likely to help Obama

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