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Posted March 20, 2009

Jonathan Smith
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President Barack Obama visited Pomona on Thursday, stopping at a local electric-vehicle testing center.

The appearance was part of his first week-long trip to Southern California since being elected.

Several University of La Verne students came out at the crack of dawn sporting Obama T-shirts and other emblems to show their support for the 44th President at the crack of dawn.

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