Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton are trying to bring the Democratic party together, and they've started in Unity, New Hampshire.
At their first public appearance together since the primary race ended, Clinton encouraged her supporters to back Obama and "create an unstoppable force for change we can all believe in."
Clinton said President Bush and Republican nominee-in-waiting Sen. John McCain are like two sides of the same coin, and it doesn't amount to a whole lot of change.
Obama told the crowd that he has admired Clinton as a leader, and learned from her as a candidate. He said that the two of them may have started with separate goals in this campaign, but they have made history together.
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