An Indiana woman who contributed to Barack Obama's campaign has won a chance to have dinner with the presidential hopeful.
Bonnie Locchetta, a single mother of three, says she's been following Obama since his 2004 speech at the Democratic convention. She donated $25 to his campaign.
Locchetta says she plans to ask Obama about economic issues, including the cost of college and prescription medications.
Obama's campaign is offering an "intimate dinner with Barack" to four supporters who donate money to his campaign by Monday. A date and location for the dinner, along with the three other guests, are still to be determined.
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