Obama heads to Martha's Vineyard

The Obamas have arrived in the area for their annual summer vacation, Boston Business Journal reported. More

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Obama heads to Martha's Vineyard

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PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA and his family arrived on Martha's Vineyard Thursday for their annual 10-day vacation.
Posted 8/9/13

BOSTON – The Obamas are returning to the area for their annual summer vacation, Boston Business Journal reported.

The first family arrived Thursday on Martha’s Vineyard, where they will stay in the 5,000-square-foot Chilmark home of Chicago businessman and Democratic Party donor David Schulte.

President Barack Obama and his family have vacationed on Martha’s Vineyard every summer of Obama’s presidency excluding last year, when he was running for reelection.

The Obamas are scheduled to stay until Aug. 18.

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