A line stretched about two and a half blocks outside the Uptown Theater Monday morning with people waiting to get tickets to see President Obama speak there on Wednesday. Many of the people in line had camped out for nearly 24 hours.
A line stretched about two and a half blocks outside the Uptown Theater Monday morning with people waiting to get tickets to see President Obama speak there on Wednesday. Many of the people in line had camped out for nearly 24 hours. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star
A line stretched about two and a half blocks outside the Uptown Theater Monday morning with people waiting to get tickets to see President Obama speak there on Wednesday. Many of the people in line had camped out for nearly 24 hours. CHRIS OCHSNER The Kansas City Star

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