Stephanie Severn, a Bloomsburg, Pa., sandwich shop owner, once walked four miles in 2004 to hear President Bush speak. Now she's thinking seriously of voting for Obama because "We need to make a change."
Stephanie Severn, a Bloomsburg, Pa., sandwich shop owner, once walked four miles in 2004 to hear President Bush speak. Now she's thinking seriously of voting for Obama because "We need to make a change." Christopher Gardner / MCT
Stephanie Severn, a Bloomsburg, Pa., sandwich shop owner, once walked four miles in 2004 to hear President Bush speak. Now she's thinking seriously of voting for Obama because "We need to make a change." Christopher Gardner / MCT

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