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Obama is back on the trail after saying goodbye to 'Toot.' Some reactions from the locals:
"Coming here put me over on his side," said Walje, a Missouri native who lives in Mililani. "It's all about character and he doesn't want to make the same mistake twice. I didn't get a chance to see my dad before he passed away so it's something I can relate to."
Said Geiling, "I'm from Hawai'i and family is family here, so I respect it when a presidential candidate shows good character by pausing to come here (for a family matter). I typically vote Republican but this year that might change."
Tomorrow is her 86th birthday.
In an interview scheduled to air this morning on ABC's "Good Morning America," Obama said of his grandmother: "She has been inundated with phone calls and e-mails and flowers from strangers who have read about her in my first book.
"And so maybe she is getting a sense of, of long-deserved recognition at — towards the end of her life."
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