Obama stumps in Delaware

February 4, 2008 4:08:29 AM PST
Democratic presidential hopeful Barak Obama was campaigning in Delaware Sunday. New Jersey and Delaware are among 22 states holding primaries on Super Tuesday. 1681 delegates are up for grabs.

Thousands of people packed Wilmington's Rodney Square to hear Obama. He spoke for an hour hammering home his message of change and hope. Obama promised that if he's elected he'll pull U.S. troops out of Iraq in 2009. Institute annual increases in the minimum wage and decrease dependency on foreign oil. He also offered guaranteed health insurance to every American.

The real test of Obama's message here will come when Delaware voters go to the polls on Tuesday.