Laramie, WY – More than 1,000 people chanting "yes, we
can" greeted Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama this afternoon at a rally on the eve of the Wyoming caucus.
The Illinois senator told the overflow crowd that Americans are hungry for change and that he is the presidential candidate who can provide it. Obama said he would end the war in Iraq next year and
would reform the nation's health care system during his first term in the White House.
Sen. Hillary Clinton is also campaigning in Wyoming on Friday, holding events in Cheyenne and Casper.
The two remain locked in a close race for the Democratic nomination. At stake during Saturday's Wyoming caucuses are 12
delegates to the national convention this summer in Denver.