Dave Matthews Speaks Out for Barack Obama

April 9, 2008

Born in South Africa under apartheid, Matthews witnessed first-hand how racial politics can devastate an entire nation — and how a single, eloquent leader can transcend decades of brutal divisiveness.

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Obama Confident

April 9, 2008

Philadelphia, Pa,_ Political pundits are suggesting the Democratic race for president will be over before July. Yesterday LEL spoke with a top member of the Obama team who said the campaign was cautiously but confidently moving towards doing just that and beginning to aim their campaign at John McCain.

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Grassroots Gets the Job Done for Obama

April 9, 2008

Rolling Stone describes Obama‘s campaign and its success in the face of media gatekeeping and the top-down model.

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Postal Workers Back Obama

April 9, 2008

“We are most impressed by Sen. Obama’s commitment to eradicating the undue influence of special interests in the political process…” AFL-CIO affiliate represents about 300,000 postal workers with clerical, maintenance, motor vehicle-related jobs.

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Oregon: Portland Tribune Endorses Barack Obama

April 9, 2008

We clearly recognize that Hillary Clinton is a skillful politician. But let’s face it – she also is polarizing. If she wins the Democratic nomination, the nation risks reopening wounds from the 1990s and merely enlarging its current political conflicts. Obama doesn’t carry the baggage of someone who’s been to the White House before.

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Vote Switchers: Obama Got More of Them

April 9, 2008

The Democratic presidential campaign has changed the minds of some voters about their choice for nominee, and Barack Obama has benefited the most from those who have, according to a Gallup Poll conducted March 24-27. 19% switched from Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama since January, compared to just 7% who switched from Obama to Clinton.

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You Want Obama Experience? Look at the Campaigns

April 9, 2008

McCain’s was a top-heavy, slow-moving, money-hemorrhaging Hindenburg that eventually exploded, leaving the Arizona senator to resurrect his bankrupt candidacy through sheer force of will. Clinton’s campaign has been marked by vicious infighting and organizational weakness, as manifested by her terrible performance in caucus states.

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