Former rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton are planning their first joint general election appearance Friday in Unity, N.H.
The location was announced Monday. It was chosen not only for the symbolism of its name, but because each candidate received exactly 107 votes there in the Jan. 8 primary that Clinton won. New Hampshire is a critical battleground state in November.
The rally will be the morning after the two meet privately Thursday at a Washington hotel with former Clinton donors.