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There's plenty of local excitement about Barack Obama's historic victory this week in the Democratic contest for president.
The first-term Illinois senator will become the first ever black presidential nominee for a major political party in the United States. On Tuesday, he earned enough delegates to clinch the win over New York senator and former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. He will be formally named the Democratic nominee at the national party convention in August.
Perhaps nobody in Lancaster County is more thrilled about that than Linda Blackmon-Brace.
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