Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Obama Inching Closer To Democratic Nomination

The race to the Democratic Presidential Nomination is tight. Barack Obama and former First Lady Hilary Clinton are both more than determined to get the Democratic Party's nod. Although they both wanted to be nominated for the Presidential race, they both share the same goal, and that is to end the eight-year Republican rule in the White House.
As the counting continued on Tuesday, Obama is confident that he will be able to make it despite the opposing camps' using his wife Michelle as target to shame campaigns.
As of the latest tally of the Associated Press, Obama garnered 1, 049 overall-delegates while Clinton had 1, 769. They both need 2, 026 to get the Democratic Party's nomination for the Presidential race come fall.

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