From NBC's Mark Murray and Chuck Todd
First Read has obtained a copy of Obama's first major mailing to New Hampshire voters, which hits mailboxes today. Click the photo at left for a larger version (pdf format).
Among other things, the 13-page mailing:
-- begins with these words: "You can tell a lot about a person by the life they have lived ... and the choices they have made."
-- mentions Obama's journey from Indonesia and Hawaii to Columbia University
-- quotes Laurence Tribe calling Obama the most amazing student he has had in 37 years of teaching law at Harvard University
-- emphasizes Obama's talk to Detroit automakers about the need for higher fuel-mileage standards, and his opposition to the Iraq war
-- contains references to two Republican senators -- Tom Coburn (saying Obama's first law was passed with the Oklahoma Republican) and Dick Lugar (saying that Obama worked with the Indiana Republican "to pass a new law to help keep the most dangerous weapons out of the hands of terrorists")
-- provides excerpts of Obama's 2004 speech at the Democratic National Convention
-- and concludes with this line: "Real change. New Hampshire change."