Alta, Iowa man takes his place for President Obama's Inauguration
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The crowd begins to gather for President Obama's Inauguration.
Alta, Iowa's Rob Hach took this picture of his ticket for President Obama's Inauguration.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTIV) -
Rob Hach of Alta, Iowa was invited to the White House along with several other citizen co-chairs for the inaugural events. They were greeted by the President, in the oval office this weekend. Hach says each of co-chairs was impacted by a particular policy of the president's. Barack Obama told them it was his idea to invite them, as a way to represent the accomplishments of his first four years in office.
Monday morning, Hach pulled out his ticket and got in place on the White House lawn for the President's second inauguration. He'll also ride on a float in the Inaugural Parade.
Hach, a registered Republican, championed Obama's wind energy plan during the election.
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