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Nevada Teacher Wins Lunch with Obama
Nevada Teacher Wins Lunch with Obama

AIR DATE: January 18, 2012

It's pretty rare to get face time with the President of the United States, but Kathy Toigo did, and it only cost her $10.  The special needs teacher entered an online drawing, never expecting to get the call that she'd won a lunch with President Obama.  But she found herself last week at a D.C. restaurant, sitting right across from the Commander in Chief himself.  We find out what they talked about, and whether she'll keep campaigning for him after meeting him in person.
Kathy Toigo, semi-retired special needs teacher from Yerington

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