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Obama leaves Bay Area
July 24, 2014, 05:00 AM Bay City News Service

Alex Furuya/Daily Journal
Alex Furuya/Daily Journal Barack Obama arrives at SFO after being taken by Marine One helicopter from Foothill College.

President Barack Obama left the Bay Area Wednesday afternoon after a quick visit that included fundraising events in San Francisco and the South Bay.
Obama attended a House Majority PAC event at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco Wednesday morning before heading to Los Altos Hills around noon for a private Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee fundraiser at the home of Judy and George Marcus.
George Marcus is the founder of real estate brokerage firm Marcus and Millichap. Among the other attendees at the noon event, where tickets started at $10,000 per person, were House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto.
The president’s motorcade was met along the way to the noon event by a crowd of protesters advocating for Internet neutrality, immigration issues and the Israel-Gaza conflict.

 

 

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