Obama's Hometown Sun-Times on Palin: 'Little-known' Gov of 'Less Than Two Years'
The following is the News Alert on the front page of one of Sen. Barack Obama's hometown papers (emphasis mine):
Kind of amusing considering Chicago is the town that brought America a little-known junior senator to prominence as the Democratic nominee for the presidency.
John John McCain tapped little-known Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to be his vice presidential running mate on Friday in a startling selection on the eve of the Republican National Convention. In an announcement, the campaign said that Palin, who has been governor less than two years, "has the record of reform and bipartisanship that others can only speak of."