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Donut shop hopes to get President Obama's attention

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One local baker is thrilled about President Obama's visit, so much that she's named a donut after him.

Julie Davis owns Julie Darling Donuts on the Northshore.

She says she's hoping the president will make a stop by her business while in town.

She says naming a donut after him isn't a political statement, just a way to honor our nation's leader.

She did a lot of research to come up with the flavor.

"I did a little Google research and found out that he enjoys salted caramel milk chocolate candies. So, we created a chocolate donut that has a salted caramel icing on it in his honor. It's called the Obama," said Julie Davis, Julie Darling Donuts.

You don't have to wait until next week to get an Obama Donut. Julie Darling started selling them Thursday.

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