The Illinois senator met with eight voters at a restaurant in Hanover, New Hampshire. He told them them that while his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination has drawn some huge crowds, he wanted to spend time listening to voters.
One voter gave Obama some advice. Maggie North of Claremont warned him that he risks becoming part of the usual political scene if he keeps being drawn into well-publicized spats with rivals.
She wasn't persuaded by Obama's response that infighting among the candidates is part of the process and told Obama if he keeps it up he'll become like other politicians.
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