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I've got a hunger... for Obama

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, September 29 2008

A friend and colleague has started a cool new mashup of everyone's two favorite things: food and Obama. The idea is to simply host a dinner with friends, ask everyone to donate a certain amount to the Obama campaign, and have each attendee host their own dinner in return.

It's called Hungry for Obama, and it's catching on, in part because of this cool logo:

It's easy to sign up and get started, so if you believe in Obama, and if you believe in food, get cooking.

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