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Obama defeats Clinton in Guam caucuses by 7 votes

Post by HeadBanger on May 4th 2008, 12:14 am

(CNN) -- Sen. Barack Obama won Guam's Democratic presidential caucuses Saturday by just seven votes, according to a Guam election official.

With all 21 precincts reporting, Obama finished with 2,264 votes, or 50.1 percent. Sen. Hillary Clinton got 2,257 votes, or 49.9 percent.

Each candidate picked up two delegates.

The presidential candidates were battling for Guam's four pledged delegate votes. Eight delegates will be elected, each with half a vote at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado, this summer.

According to CNN's latest estimate, Obama now has a total of 1,736 delegates (1,493 pledged delegates, 243 superdelegates). Clinton has a total of 1,599 delegates (1,334 pledged delegates, 265 superdelegates).

The Democratic contest moves to North Carolina and Indiana, which hold their primaries Tuesday.

Also on the ballot Saturday was the race for chairman and vice chairman of the U.S. territory's Democratic Party. The winners of that race will serve as superdelegates.

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/03/guam.contest/index.html

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Obama says Clinton's talk on Iran too much like Bush's

Post by HeadBanger on May 4th 2008, 9:02 pm

INDIANAPOLIS - Barack Obama likened Hillary Rodham Clinton to President Bush for threatening to "totally obliterate" Iran if it attacks Israel and called her gas-tax holiday a gimmick as he tried to fend off her challenge ahead of two pivotal Democratic primaries.

Clinton, in turn, stood by both her comment on Iran and her tax proposal as she gave chase in Indiana and North Carolina to the front-runner for the nomination.

The competitors squabbled over the issues - one foreign, one domestic - from a short distance, first during separate appearances on Sunday news shows and then as they courted voters for Tuesday's primaries.

"This is the final push," Clinton told a cheering crowd of volunteer canvassers in Fort Wayne, emboldened by her Pennsylvania victory two weeks ago as well as polls that show her in a close race in Indiana and narrowing Obama's lead in North Carolina.

http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2008/05/04/ap4967428.html

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Obama takes North Carolina, CNN projects

Post by HeadBanger on May 6th 2008, 10:16 pm

(CNN) -- Sen. Barack Obama will win the North Carolina Democratic primary, CNN projects, but it is too early to call Indiana because not enough results are in from key areas.

As North Carolina results came in, Obama was leading Sen. Hillary Clinton by a margin of roughly 61-37.

The win will give him the larger share of the state's 115 delegates.

Obama took an overwhelming 91 percent of the black vote in North Carolina, according to exit polls, while Clinton claimed only 6 percent.

Clinton took 59 percent of the white vote compared to 36 percent for Obama, according to the polls.

With 67 percent of Indiana precincts reporting, Clinton was leading Obama, 53-47 percent.

There are 72 delegates at stake in Indiana.

Poll workers in Indiana and North Carolina reported heavy turnout in the two primaries.

Turnout in the North Carolina Democratic primary was expected to reach 50 percent, according to Gary Bartlett, executive director for the North Carolina Board of Elections

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/06/primaries.change/index.html

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Obama takes decisive step toward nomination

Post by HeadBanger on May 7th 2008, 9:20 am

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Wed May 7, 1:32 AM ET

Sen. Barack Obama took a large and potentially decisive step toward the Democratic nomination Tuesday night, making dramatic symbolic and numerical gains in North Carolina and Indiana.

Obama's emphatic North Carolina victory, and a narrow loss in Indiana, extended his lead in the count of delegates to the Democratic National Convention, and in most counts of the combined popular vote.

As important, they diminished Clinton's rationale for urging Democratic superdelegates to override his delegate lead and give the nomination to her.

Her case to party elders -- that Obama was a flawed, flagging candidate -- lost much of its altitude despite a nail-biting and narrow victory in Indiana. Her bread-and-butter pitch to voters fell prey to the doubts Obama's television campaign raised about her sincerity. What had been, in the best of scenarios an up hill climb, became far steeper.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/politico/20080507/pl_politico/10144

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McGovern, former Clinton backer, endorses Obama

Post by HeadBanger on May 7th 2008, 1:46 pm

By DENNIS GALE, Associated Press Writer

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Former Sen. George McGovern, an early supporter of Hillary Rodham Clinton, urged her to drop out of the Democratic presidential race and endorsed her rival, Barack Obama.

After watching the returns from the North Carolina and Indiana primaries Tuesday night, McGovern said Wednesday it's virtually impossible for Clinton to win the nomination. The 1972 Democratic presidential nominee said he had a call in to former President Clinton to tell him of the decision, adding that he remains close friends with the Clintons.

"I will hold them in affection and admiration all of my days," he said of the Clintons.

McGovern's announcement comes a day before Clinton was scheduled to travel to South Dakota to campaign. The state holds its primary June 3 with 15 pledged delegates at stake.

McGovern said he had no regrets about endorsing Hillary Clinton months ago, even before the Iowa caucuses.

"She has run a valiant campaign. And she will remain an influential voice in the American future," he said.

But Obama has won the nomination "by any practical test" and is very close to a majority of the pledged delegates, said McGovern, who is 85. Obama moved within 200 delegates of clinching the nomination with his split decision on Tuesday of a win in North Carolina and a narrow loss in Indiana.

It's time to unite the Democratic Party, he said.

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McGovern to Clinton: Time to go

Post by HeadBanger on May 7th 2008, 3:50 pm

(CNN) – Former Sen. George McGovern urged Hillary Clinton Wednesday to drop out of the Democratic presidential race.

McGovern, who had endorsed Clinton, told CNN he was switching his support to endorse Barack Obama.

“It certainly was not out of any less respect for Senator Clinton,” McGovern told CNN in a telephone interview early Wednesday afternoon about his decision to switch his support to Barack Obama. “I think she has waged a really courageous and valiant campaign. She will have my affection and admiration for all of my days.

“But I think mathematically the race is all but won by Barack Obama and the time has come for all of us to unite and get ready for the general election in the fall.”

McGovern also told CNN he had just spoken to former President Bill Clinton about his decision to back Obama – a conversation he described as “very good.”

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/

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Obama overtakes lead in superdelegates for first time

Post by HeadBanger on May 10th 2008, 7:21 pm

By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER 05.10.08, 5:23 PM ET

WASHINGTON - Barack Obama erased Hillary Rodham Clinton's once-imposing lead among superdelegates Saturday when he added more endorsements from the group of Democrats who will decide the party's nomination for president.

Obama added superdelegates from Utah and Ohio, as well as two from the Virgin Islands who had previously backed Clinton. The additions enabled Obama to surpass Clinton's total for the first time in the campaign. He had picked up nine endorsements Friday.

The milestone is important because Clinton would need to win over the superdelegates by a wide margin to claim the nomination. They are a group that Clinton owned before the first caucus, when she was able to cash in on the popularity of the Clinton brand among the party faithful.

http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2008/05/10/ap4993944.html

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Edwards backs Obama's White House bid

Post by HeadBanger on May 14th 2008, 9:24 pm

By Jeff Mason

GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan (Reuters) - Former U.S. presidential candidate John Edwards endorsed Democrat Barack Obama on Wednesday, giving a major boost to the Illinois senator's efforts to unify the party behind his bid for the White House.

Edwards, the 2004 vice presidential nominee, had been heavily courted by both Obama and rival Hillary Clinton in the past few months.

"The reason I am here tonight is the Democratic voters in America have made their choice and so have I," Edwards, who dropped out of this year's Democratic race in January, said at a rally with Obama in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

"There is one man who knows in his heart that it is time to create one America, not two, and that man is Barack Obama," he said, as Obama sat on a stool behind him.

http://uk.reuters.com/article/wtMostRead/idUKN1344794820080514

The long-awaited endorsement helped blunt the impact of Clinton's landslide 41-point win over Obama in West Virginia on Tuesday. That result barely put a dent in Obama's lead in the Democratic race for the right to face Republican John McCain in November's presidential election.

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(At Least) Four More Superdelegates for Obama

Post by HeadBanger on May 15th 2008, 5:50 pm

By Sarah Wheaton

Four more superdelegates have lined up behind Senator Barack Obama so far today:
- Larry Cohen, president of the Communications Workers of America: Mr. Cohen is promising his superdelegate vote to Mr. Obama, according to a release from Mr. Obama’s campaign, but the union itself has not yet endorsed a candidate. C.W.A. held an online poll, and its membership’s support was split. The 700,000-strong union’s endorsement will be determined at a convention in June.
- Representative Jim McDermott of Washington: The Seattle-area congressman cited Mr. Obama’s appeal to young people in his decision. Mr. Obama won Washington’s primary on Feb. 9.
- Representative Henry Waxman of California: Few Democrats appear to be enjoying being in the majority more than Mr. Waxman, chairman of the Oversight Committee. He opened his statement with a tribute to the Clintons:

I have the greatest respect and admiration for Senator Clinton and former President Clinton. They have made remarkable contributions to our country and I believe Hillary Clinton would be a superb President of the United States.
That has been one of the major reasons I have remained an uncommitted superdelegate. I wanted to make sure that Senator Clinton had every opportunity to bring her campaign to the American people.
It is now clear, however, that the Democratic Party is nearing a broad consensus on our nominee. And it is with great pride that I endorse Senator Barack Obama for President.
Senator Obama has run an extraordinary campaign and he will be an extraordinary President. Senator Obama’s vision for change has inspired tens of millions of Americans. And he’s also proved that he has the experience, judgment, integrity, and toughness to bring real reform to Washington.
- Representative Howard Berman of California: The chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr. Berman’s endorsement seems well timed given the furor over President Bush’s comments in Israel today:
Barack Obama has laid out a foreign policy vision driven by principle and conviction, and he understands that our moral authority and our safety as a nation go hand in hand. I spoke with him about a number of foreign policy issues that most concern me. He assured me that he shares my views. The moment President Obama takes office, we’ll send a powerful message to the world that America is back and ready to lead again—that we haven’t abandoned the values that made us the light of the world, and neither should anyone else.
Mr. Obama’s campaign said an announcement from part of John Edwards’s superdelegate contingent from South Carolina is anticipated later today.

http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/05/15/at-least-four-more-superdelegates-for-obama/

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Obama Joins American Indian Tribe, Eyes Policy Change

Post by B-Girl on May 21st 2008, 12:15 am

By Jeff Mason
May 19, 2008

CROW AGENCY, Montana (Reuters) - Democrat Barack Obama became an honorary member of an American Indian tribe on Monday and promised a proactive policy to help tribal people if he wins the White House in November.

The Illinois senator who is leading rival Hillary Clinton in their race for the party's presidential nomination, joined the Crow Nation, a tribe of some 12,100 members in Montana, taking on a native name and honorary parents in a traditional ceremony.

Obama, who would be the first black U.S. president, was "adopted" by Hartford and Mary Black Eagle and given a name which means "one who helps all people of this land."

"I was just adopted into the tribe, so I'm still working on my pronunciation," Obama told a crowd after stumbling over some of the native names.

"I like my new name, Barack Black Eagle," he said. "That is a good name."

Many in the audience wore traditional feather headdresses and some banged drums ahead of Obama's visit, the first by a presidential candidate to the Crow Nation.

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory?id=4889716
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Re: Obama joins Crow Nation

Post by scarface on May 21st 2008, 12:22 am

A Black guy who can make it rain. How original. Laughing
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Obama reaches delegate milestone

Post by B-Girl on May 21st 2008, 2:52 am

By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER

Wednesday May 21 2008
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Barack Obama reached a majority of the pledged delegates at stake in the primaries and caucuses Tuesday, a symbolic milestone in his march toward the Democratic nomination for president.

But he still has work to do to claim victory over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Clinton won an overwhelming majority of the delegates in Kentucky, but Obama was expected to fare better in Oregon, where the deadline to vote was 11 p.m. EDT.

Clinton won at least 37 delegates in the two states and Obama won at least 23, according to an analysis of election returns by The Associated Press. All 51 delegates from Kentucky were awarded but there were still 43 of 52 to be allocated in Oregon.

Obama has won 1,633.5 pledged delegates in primaries and caucuses, surpassing the 1,627 needed to claim a majority. There are three primaries remaining.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/feedarticle/7530246
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Re: The Official Barack Obama Thread

Post by HeadBanger on May 21st 2008, 6:57 am

scarface wrote:A Black guy who can make it rain. How original. Laughing

Don't even get me started on this. All I can say is: Crow Nation, huh? nice. Laughing

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Analysis: Clinton scores a win, Obama nears finish line

Post by Nanoman on May 21st 2008, 9:57 am

By Alan Silverleib and Mark Preston
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NEW YORK (CNN) -- Hillary Clinton won a landslide victory in Kentucky Tuesday, but momentum -- and a growing sense of inevitability -- is now firmly on Barack Obama's side.

He took Oregon last night, but it was his symbolic victory with pledged delegates that was the storyline.

The one-time long shot for the Democratic nomination has a majority of pledged delegates to the Democratic Convention and is now about 70 delegates shy of the finish line.

Obama had already been looking toward November before last night's split decision. He chose Iowa -- the site of his first win in this marathon primary fight -- to address supporters in what many observers viewed as a victory lap. It was also an indication of Obama's intent to fight for a number of battleground states lost by John Kerry in 2004.

"The skeptics predicted we wouldn't get very far," Obama said. "The cynics dismissed us as a lot of hype and a little too much hope. And by the fall, the pundits in Washington had all but counted us out. But the people of Iowa had a different idea."

Despite the daunting odds of overtaking Obama in the overall delegate count, Clinton remained defiant and promised to stay in the race.

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/21/may.20.analysis/index.html
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Re: The Official Barack Obama Thread

Post by boondocksaints on May 23rd 2008, 10:55 am

I'm tired of people constantly saying shit like, "People only vote for Obama because he's black." How the hell would they know? Millions of people vote for him because he's black? That's such a crock of shit.

And even if this were true (which I don't think it is), who cares? It's a total double standard. People vote for candidates because they are white males all the time, yet there is hardly this level of scrutiny. In fact, people vote for many dumb reasons- they hate gays, they like guns, etc.

George Bush got elected because he looked like someone the average person would want to have a beer with. The only problem is the average person is a dumbass.
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Re: The Official Barack Obama Thread

Post by HeadBanger on May 23rd 2008, 11:06 am

LOL. Amen.

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Obama closes in on Democratic nomination

Post by B-Girl on June 3rd 2008, 8:10 pm

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Barack Obama inched closer to the Democratic nomination Tuesday as endorsements from superdelegates trickled in.
Thirty one delegates are at stake in the final contests under way in South Dakota and Montana. Obama is now 10 delegates short of the 2,118 needed to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination, according to CNN's count.

Obama would become the first African-American to lead a U.S. major-party ticket.

His remaining rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton, does not plan to concede the race Tuesday night, campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe told CNN -- but one of her leading supporters said "a moment of truth" was at hand.

"I think a decision has to be made about whether keeping this nomination wide open is in the best interest of winning in November," said Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California.

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AP tally: Obama clinches Democratic nomination

Post by Nanoman on June 3rd 2008, 8:13 pm

By DAVID ESPO and STEPHEN OHLEMACHER 06.03.08, 2:07 PM ET

WASHINGTON - Barack Obama effectively clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday after a grueling marathon, based on an Associated Press tally of convention delegates, becoming the first black candidate ever to lead his party into a fall campaign for the White House.

Campaigning on an insistent call for change, Obama outlasted former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton in a historic race that sparked record turnout in primary after primary, yet exposed deep racial and gender divisions within the party.

The tally was based on public declarations from delegates as well as from another 15 who have confirmed their intentions to the AP. It also included 11 delegates Obama was guaranteed as long as he gained 30 percent of the vote in South Dakota and Montana later in the day. It takes 2,118 delegates to clinch the nomination.

http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2008/06/03/ap5076241.html
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CNN projects Obama clinches nomination

Post by HeadBanger on June 3rd 2008, 10:14 pm

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Barack Obama has clinched the Democratic nomination for president, according to CNN estimates, making him the first African-American in U.S. history to lead a major-party ticket.

Obama picked up a slew of superdelegate endorsements on Tuesday. Those endorsements, combined with the delegates he's projected to receive from South Dakota's primary, will put him past the 2,118 threshold, according to CNN estimates.

Obama will claim victory during a speech in St. Paul, Minnesota, according to prepared remarks released by his campaign.

"Tonight, I can stand before you and say that I will be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States," he's expected to say.

His remaining rival, Sen. Hillary Clinton, does not plan to concede the race Tuesday night, campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe told CNN -- but one of her leading supporters said "a moment of truth" was at hand.

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/06/03/election.democrats/index.html

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Hillary Clinton: do all you can 'to help elect Barack Obama'

Post by B-Girl on June 7th 2008, 4:05 pm

Paul Harris in Washington Observer.co.uk, Saturday June 7 2008 Article history

Hillary Clinton waves to the crowd at the National Building Museum in Washington.

Hillary Clinton today suspended her bid to become America's first woman president and vowed to help one-time rival Barack Obama in his fight to win the White House for the Democratic Party.

In a gracious concession speech full of emotion Clinton, wearing one of her trademark trouser suits, spoke movingly of her long campaign and thanked all those who had supported her. But she left no doubt as to the vigour of her support for Obama and urged a healing of the divisions left by a long and bitter nomination battle.

In repeated moments throughout her speech Clinton vowed to work for Obama, even though some in the audience of thousands of supporters booed at the first mention of Obama's name.

'We have to help elect Barack Obama as president,' she repeatedly emphasised to the crowd gathered in the atrium of the American capital's National Building Museum.

It was an astonishing moment of political theatre ripe with symbolism and the passing of a generational torch in Democratic politics. Clinton, for all the revolutionary potential of her bid to be America's first woman president, lost to a younger politician running on a message of change. For all the nostalgia Democrats feel for the Clintons' reign of the 1990s, it was not enough to give her victory. Now Obama will press on with trying to unite his party behind his bid to be America's first black president

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/jun/07/hillaryclinton.barackobama1?gusrc=rss&feed=worldnews

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