Thursday, March 20, 2008

Obama Morning News

Adam Nagourney provides the Clinton Campaign's two main remaining arguments to convince the super-delegates: electability, particularly the general election risk of Jeremiah Wright, and a potential lead in the popular vote.

Anne Kornblut and Dan Balz explore the Clinton Campaign's effort to get a revote in Michigan, but even with the financial backing of Clinton fundraisers, the pro-Obama legislature hasn't indicated any desire to allow it.

Jeff Zeleny explains that Obama wants to race away from the topic of race.

Fort Bragg soldiers are impressed by Obama's basketball talent following a pickup game with the troops where the presidential candidate made the winning shot.

But are they impressed by his speech?

Bracket Selections: Obama picks UNC, Hillary defers to Bill, and McCain hides his selection until his bracket pool – which he invites supporters to join through his website – begins.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Friday, October 5, 2007

Hillary over 50%? Not Likely! Experts see a bit of a fluke!

Pollster.com does the most in-depth analysis of political polls available to the general public online. It's detected a fluke in the ABC/Post poll that showed Hillary Clinton gaining 10 points to pass 50% - 52% to be exact. Turns out it's not so exact. Over the next month it will be clearer. Obama polled 30% when he won with 52% in Illinois!

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Thursday, August 9, 2007

Illinois Environmental Leaders Speak Out for Barack Obama

In this video, five prominent Illinois Environmentalists speak out in support of Barack Obama.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Obama Receives Support from Stonyfield Farms' Chief Executive Hirshberg

Gary Hirshberg, Chief Executive of Stonyfield Farm, recently announced his plans to support Senator Obama in his campaign for the presidency. Hirshberg runs his organic yogurt plant out of Londonderry, NH, an important stop for presidential hopefuls.

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From Barack Obama, Two Dangerous Words

Of all the Democratic candidates who came here to pay homage to the NEA -- the sole Republican was former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee-- Obama was the only one to deviate significantly from the union line.

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Friday, July 6, 2007

Join the Obama health policy discussion

Now we need to take the next step and get the discussion going about these stories, the issues that surround them, and refining solutions. Through this online collaboration, we can help give voice to all Americans and build a movement for change.

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