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Holy Cow! The "Age of Obama: A Reporter's Journey..." Book Tour Arrives in Chicago

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(Chicago, Illinois)

Okay, my plane landed at O'Hare Airport, and where did I head to first in Chicago? Wrigley Field, of course, with my sister Tierney. I am almost as big a baseball junkie as I am a political junkie. Standing next to the statue of one of my childhood heroes, "Mr. Cub," Ernie Banks, was a thrill!

The "Age of Obama: A Reporter's Journey..." book tour will have a book discussion and signing Tuesday night here at "uncommonground"-wrigleyville! The address is 3800 N. Clark, between 4 and 7 p.m., so come for some good food, drink and political chatter!

Friday morning I will be on the Fox 6 Morning News on WITI-TV in Milwaukee at about 7:15 with anchor Mark Concannon. More updates throughout the book tour, so check back often!

Book Tour Begins

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(San Francisco, California)

The latest stop on my nationwide book tour is underway. I am at the San Francisco airport awaiting my morning flight.

The book tour takes me to--

--Milwaukee, March 26 to 29

--Chicago, March 30 and 31

--Washington, D.C., April 1 to 3.

Details on media and bookstore appearances will be coming.

My last stop on the Bay Area book tour took me to the "California Women Lead" annual Juanita Haugen Awards Luncheon in San Ramon on Sunday. "CWL" is a great, bipartisan group of women in leadership roles--many of them in elected office. Juanita Haugen served on the Pleasanton School Board for decades.

That's young Madalyn Warren pictured with me. Her grandma, Mary Warren, won the Legacy Award for lifetime achievement.

My book, "Age of Obama: A Reporter's Journey with Clinton, McCain and Obama in the Making of the President 2008" is available by clicking the blue book button on the right of the screen.

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