Gainesville Resident Makes Trek to DC for President's Inauguration
Published January 25th, 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. - A local Gainesville resident got a chance to see history being made.
Liz Kazungu, an academic adviser at the University of Florida College of Liberal Arts, made a special trip to the capitol to see President Obama sworn in for a second term. She says she vowed to get to Washington if he was re-elected.
Kazungu arrived at the National Mall around 5 a.m. along with thousands of other people. She says this was important to her because it was not only Inauguration Day, but it was MLK Day as well.
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