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Mark Ndesandjo

The only uncontested heir of Barack Obama, Sr.,[61] Mark resided since 2002 in Shenzhen, China, where he runs an Internet company called WorldNexus that advises Chinese corporations how best to reach international customers.[62]

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On the on going Casey Anthony investigation…

base on the comments I am receiving, Ms Anthony has been already tired and convicted by the media.

I am not passing judgment, only offing another view of what might have happened.

1} hired a person to kidnapp the child, but the process failed when she could not find her parents to set up the ransom process.

2} accident that she could not change, but had only her odd-group of friends and club buddies to assist, since her parents were not available.

3} she did murder her child and pulled a random name from out of her a-double-s, and has been lying to protect this random person from the officials. { if this is the case, how could someone so clueless, get rid of enough evidence to keep the investigators at bay, even to the point of the officials offering immunity for testimony..humm]

the odds – I choose the following:

1 at 10 to 1
2 at 5 to 1
and 3 at 1-10

Lets add it up 16-palin [vp cand.] vs. 6.34 yrs – obama [pres. cand.]

16 yrs Comb. Totals – Gov. Palin
9 yrs combined executive expr,
(gov/mayor)
{minus 2.25 mos. for campaign
adjustment}

2 yrs of chairmanship
5 yrs of local law
and code enforcements

6.34 yrs. Comb. Totals – Sen. Obama
0 yrs – no executive office held.
4 mos.{ minus 16 mos for campaign adjustment}
6 yrs { minus 16 mos for campaign adjustment}

Below is the election records and the 130 references on Gov. Palin…there is plenty of information this Gov. Palin, if one chooses take the time to look it up.

1999 race for Mayor of Wasilla[130]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
n/a Sarah Palin, Incumbent 909 73.6% n/a

Alaska Republican Gubernatorial Primary Election, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Sarah Palin 51,443 50.59 n/a

2006 Gubernatorial Election, Alaska
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Sarah Palin 114,697 48.33 -7.6

11th Governor of Alaska
Incumbent
Assumed office
December 4, 2006 [2yrs]
Lieutenant Sean Parnell
Preceded by Frank Murkowski

Chairperson, Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
In office
2003 – 2004 [2yrs]
Preceded by Camille Oechsli Taylor[1]
Succeeded by John K. Norman[2]

Mayor of Wasilla, Alaska
In office
1996 – 2002 [7 yrs]
Preceded by John Stein
Succeeded by Dianne M. Keller

City Council Member, Wasilla, Alaska
In office
1992 – 1996 [5yrs]

Born February 11, 1964 (1964-02-11) (age 44)
Sandpoint, Idaho, U.S.
Political party Republican (1982 – Present)
Spouse Todd Palin (since 1988)
Children Track, Bristol, Willow, Piper, Trig
Residence Wasilla, Alaska
Alma mater University of Idaho
Profession Politician
Religion Non-denominational Christian[3][4]

References

1. ^ “Commissioners – Terms in Office”. Oil and Gas Conservation Commission,

State of Alaska (May 15, 2006).
2. ^ “Biographical Information John K. Norman” (PDF).
3. ^ a b c d Newton-Small, Jay (2008-08-29). “TIME’s interview with Sarah Palin”, Time, p. 3. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
4. ^ Gorski, Eric (2008-08-30). “Evangelicals energized by McCain-Palin ticket”, Associated Press, Google News. Retrieved on 2008-08-31.
5. ^ The first being Democrat Geraldine Ferraro in 1984.
6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Johnson, Kaylene (2008). Sarah: How a Hockey Mom Turned Alaska’s Political Establishment Upside Down. Epicenter Press. ISBN 978-0979047084.
7. ^ “McCain surprises with Palin pick”. MarketWatch (2008-08-29). Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
8. ^ Peterson, Deb. “Palin was a high school star, says schoolmate,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 30 Aug 2008. Available online. Archived 01 Sept 2008.
9. ^ “Gov. Sarah Palin Was Second Choice in ’84 Beauty Contest”. US Magazine. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
10. ^ Boone, Rebecca (August 29, 2008). “McCain’s veep pick, Palin, has ties to Idaho”, Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
11. ^ Associated Press (August 29, 2008). “McCain’s VP pick attended Hawaii Pacific College”, Honolulu Advertiser. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
12. ^ a b “Sarah Palin: From Hockey Mom to VP Candidate”, New York Post (2008-08-29). Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
13. ^ a b c d Kizzia, Tom (2008-08-29). “Gov. Sarah Palin: A biography”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
14. ^ “Video: Sarah Palin:Former TV Sports Reporter”, Us magazine website, August 31, 2008. Retrieved on September 01, 2008.
15. ^ “Gov. Sarah Palin (R)”, Almanac of American Politics 2008, National Journal website. Retrieved on September 01, 2008.
16. ^ “McCain camp battles charges Palin belonged to AIP”, CNN (September 2, 2008). Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
17. ^ Voter registration record
18. ^ a b Kizzia, Tom (2006-10-23). “‘Fresh face’ launched Palin RISING STAR: Wasilla mayor was groomed from an early political age.”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
19. ^ a b c Yardley, William (2008-09-02). “Palin’s Start in Alaska: Not Politics as Usual”, The New York Times. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
20. ^ “”Wasilla’s new mayor asks officials to quit””, Daily Sitka Sentinel (1996-10-28).
21. ^ Komarnitsky, S.J. (1997-02-01). “”Wasilla keeps librarian, but police chief is out””, Anchorage Daily News, pp. 1B. Retrieved on 2008-08-31.
22. ^ “”Wasilla Librarian Keeps Job””, Daily Sitka Sentinel (1997-02-03).
23. ^ Komarnitsky, S.J. (2000-03-01). “Judge Backs Chief’s Firing”. Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
24. ^ a b Yardley, William (2008-08-29). “Sarah Heath Palin, an Outsider Who Charms”. The New York Times. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
25. ^ “2006 Campaign Tip Sheets: Alaska Governor”. National Journal. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
26. ^ “October 5, 1999 Regular Election; Official Results” (PDF). cityofwasilla.com. City of Wasilla (2005-10-11). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
27. ^ “From Wasilla’s basketball court to the national stage : Sarah Palin timeline”. adn.com. Anchorage Daily News (2008-08-29). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
28. ^ Dilanian, Ken. “Palin backed ‘bridge to nowhere’ in 2006”. USA Today. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
29. ^ Krane, Paul (2008-09-02). “Palin’s Small Alaska Town Secured Big Federal Funds”. The Washington Post. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
30. ^ The Associated Press (2008-08-29). “Timeline of Gov. Palin’s life and career”, Orlando Sentinel.
31. ^ “2002 Election Results”.
32. ^ “STATE OF ALASKA PRIMARY ELECTION – AUGUST 27, 2002 OFFICIAL RESULTS”
33. ^ “The Sarah Palin I knew”. New Mexico Independent. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
34. ^ a b “Palin explains her actions in Ruedrich case”. Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
35. ^ Kizzia, Tom (2006-10-24). “Rebel status has fueled front-runner’s success”. Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
36. ^ Newsbank.com, archives
37. ^ Ruedrich story.
38. ^ Renkes resignation.
39. ^ a b Mosk, Matthew (September 1, 2008). “Palin Was a Director of Embattled Sen. Stevens’s 527 Group”, Washington Post. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
40. ^ “Alaska Governor Concedes Defeat in Primary,” New York Times, August 23, 2006
41. ^ “Palin Was a Director of Embattled Sen. Stevens’s 527 Group | The Trail | washingtonpost.com”. Voices.washingtonpost.com. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
42. ^ a b Hopkins, Kyle (2006-08-06). “Same-sex unions, drugs get little play”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
43. ^ Carlton, Jim. “Alaska’s Palin Faces Probe” (2008-07-31).
44. ^ a b c Quinn, Steve (May 10, 2007). “Alaska governor balances newborn’s needs, official duties”, USA Today.
45. ^ Hays Research home page.
46. ^ “Alaska Statewide ‘Opinion Counts’ Survey Results”. Hays Research Group. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
47. ^ Ivan Moore home page.
48. ^ Cockerham, Sean (2008-07-28). “Palin’s poll numbers”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
49. ^ “Alaska Survey of 500 Likely Voters”. Rasmussen Reports (2008-07-30). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
50. ^ “State of the State Address Jan 17, 2007” (2007-01-17). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
51. ^ Kizzia, Tom (2007-04-12). “State aims to reduce emissions”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2007-12-27.
52. ^ “Alaska Climate Change Strategy”.
53. ^ Coppock, Mike (2008-08-29). “Palin Speaks to Newsmax About McCain, Abortion, Climate Change”, Newsmax. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
54. ^ “Palin Sacks Murkowski Crony Clark”, Alaska Report (2006-12-07). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
55. ^ Sutton, Anne (2006-12-06). “Palin to examine last-hour job blitz”, Associated Press.
56. ^ “”Governor Palin Unveils the AGIA””. News & Announcements. State of Alaska (2007-03-02). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
57. ^ Samuels biography on his Legislature web site.
58. ^ “”Palin to sign gas pipeline plan today””. News & Announcements. Alaska Legislature (2007-06-06). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
59. ^ “”Bill History/Action for 25th Legislature: HB 177″”. BASIS. Alaska State Legislature (2007-06-07). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
60. ^ “Palin picks Canadian company for gas line: Gas Pipeline”. adn.com. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
61. ^ “Canadian company meets AGIA requirements”. ktuu.com. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
62. ^ Rosen, Yereth. “Alaska governor signs natgas pipeline license bill”, Calgary Herald, (2008-08-27.)
63. ^ Cockerham, Sean (May 16, 2008). “Palin wants to give Alaskans $100 a month to use on energy”, Anchorage Daily News.
64. ^ Cockerham, Sean and Wesley Loy (June 21, 2008). “Palin’s energy relief: $1,200 each”. Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
65. ^ Joling, Dan (Associated Press) (May 22, 2008). “State will sue over Polar Bear Listing, Palin says”. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
66. ^ McAllister, Bill (December 14, 2006). “Palin cancels contracts for pioneer road to Juneau”. ktuu.com. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
67. ^ Yardley, William (August 25, 2007). “Jet That Helped Defeat an Alaska Governor Is Sold”, The New York Times. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
68. ^ Shinohara, Rosemary (July 16, 2007). “No vetoes here”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2007-12-27.
69. ^ Bradner, Tim (July 8, 2007). “Lawmakers cringe over governor’s deep budget cuts”, Alaska Journal of Commerce. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
69. 2008-09-01.
70. ^ Komarnitsky, S. J. (2007-07-04). “State board votes to replace Mat Maid CEO”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
71. ^ Komarnitsky, S. J. (2007-08-30). “State to put Mat Maid dairy up for sale”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
72. ^ “State gets no bids for Matanuska Maid”, Anchorage Daily News (2007-12-08). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
73. ^ Komarnitsky, S.J., “Mat Maid’s Anchorage plant brings $1.5 million: Building will be converted to heated storage units”, Anchorage Daily News, 2008-08-23.
74. ^ a b Kizzia, Tom (2008-08-31). “Palin touts stance on ‘Bridge to Nowhere,’ doesn’t note flip-flop”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-31. “Where they stand”, Anchorage Daily News (2006-10-22). Retrieved on 2008-09-01. Rosen, Yereth (September 1, 2008). “Palin “bridge to nowhere” line angers many Alaskans”, Reuters. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
75. ^ Quinn, Steve (August 29, 2008). “Bridge leads McCain to running mate Palin”, Associated Press. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
76. ^ Kirkpatrick, David; Larry Rohter (September 1, 2008). “Opposing Alaska bridge endeared Palin to McCain”, International Herald Tribune. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
77. ^ Simon, Matthew (July 19, 2008). “Monegan says Palin administration and first gentleman used governor’s office to pressure firing first family’s former brother-in-law”. KTVA. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
78. ^ Resources from Anchorage Daily News regarding the Monegan affair.
79. ^ Hopkins, Kyle (2008-07-12). “Governor offered Monegan a different job”, Anchorage Daily News, The McClatchy Company. Retrieved on 2008-08-21.
80. ^ a b c d e Grimaldi, James V.; Kimberly Kindy (2008-08-31). “Long-Standing Feud in Alaska Embroils Palin”, Washington Post. Retrieved on 2008-08-31.
81. ^ a b Cockerham, Sean (2008-08-14). “Palin staff pushed to have trooper fired”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
82. ^ Wall, Ronald (2005-10-29). “Memorandum of Findings”.
83. ^ a b Hollan, Megan (2008-07-19). “Monegan says he was pressured to fire cop”, Anchorage Daily News, The McClatchy Company. Retrieved on 2008-07-22. “Monegan said he still isn’t sure why he was fired but thought that Wooten could be part of it.”
84. ^ Sean Cockerham (2008-08-14). “Alaska’s governor admits her staff tried to have trooper fired”. Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
85. ^ “Governor to Turn Over Findings”, Department of Law press release with link to audio of Bailey call], August 13, 2008
86. ^ “Exclusive: Chief Fired by Palin Speaks Out”, The Washington Post, August 29, 2008, <http://voices.washingtonpost.com/washingtonpostinvestigations/2008/08/exclusive_chief_fired_by_palin.html?hpid=topnews&gt;
87. ^ Loy, Wesley (2008-07-29). “Hired help will probe Monegan dismissal”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
88. ^ Quinn, Steve (2008-09-01). “Palin hires attorney for public safety controversy”, KTUU, The Associated Press. Retrieved on 2008-09-01. “Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the GOP vice presidential candidate, has hired a private practice attorney to defend her and members of her staff in the investigation into the firing of her public safety commissioner.”
89. ^ Posted by Alaska_Politics. “adn.com | Alaska Politics : Palin spokeswoman: Kopp never told governor about reprimand (Updated with comments from lawmakers)”. Community.adn.com. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
90. ^ “Charles M Kopp”. Aacop.org. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
91. ^ “YouTube – Safety Department Commissioner Chuck Kopp resigns”. Youtube.com. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
92. ^ a b c “McCain taps Alaska Gov. Palin as vice president pick”. CNN (2008-08-29). Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
93. ^ a b Bumiller, Elisabeth; and Michael Cooper. Conservative Ire Pushed McCain From Lieberman. The New York Times, 2008-08-30.
94. ^ Dan Balz and Robert Barnes. Palin Made an Impression From the Start. The Washington Post, 2008-08-31.
95. ^ Knocked off message by Palin baby news, Newsday
96. ^ Disclosures on Palin Raise Questions on Vetting Process, New York Times
97. ^ Rutenberg, Jim (2008-09-02). “McCain Cancels Larry King Interview”, The New York Times/CNN. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
98. ^ “Commissioner Campbell Biography”. Ak-prepared.com. Retrieved on 2008-09-03.
99. ^ “GOP cites Palin’s skill, but how relevant is it? – – CNBC.com”. Cnbc.com (Aug. 31, 2008). Retrieved on 2008-09-03.
100. ^ Arnold, Elizabeth. “Alaska’s Governor Is Tough, Young — and a Woman”, National Public Radio. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
101. ^ “McCain Chooses Palin as Running Mate – NYTimes.com”. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
102. ^ Smith, Ben (2008-09-02). “Palin’s stopover”, Politico. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
103. ^ Decker, Cathleen and Michael Finnegan, (August 30, 2008). “Palin has risen quickly from PTA to VP pick”. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
104. ^ Gorsk, Eric (2008-08-30). “Evangelicals energized by McCain-Palin ticket”, Associated Press. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
105. ^ “JCC”. Jccalaska.com. Retrieved on 2008-09-03.
106. ^ Statement by her former church
107. ^ Wasilla Bible Church FAQ
108. ^ Lisa Miller and Amanda Coyne. “A Visit to Palin’s Church: Scripture and discretion on the program in Wasilla.” Newsweek. Sept. 2, 2008.
109. ^ Newton-Small, Jay (August 29, 2008). “Interview with Sarah Palin”. Time.
110. ^ Allen, John. “McCain’s VP choice a woman — and a post-denominationalist”. National Catholic Reporter. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
111. ^ Graham, Caroline (2008-08-31). “Why John McCain’s beauty queen running mate has a grizzly bear on her office wall”, Daily Mail. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
112. ^ Davey, Monica (September 1, 2008). “Palin Daughter’s Pregnancy Interrupts Script”, New York Times. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
113. ^ “Alaska Governor Sarah Palin”. Gov.state.ak.us. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
114. ^ Quinn, Steve and Calvin Woodward (August 31, 2008). “McCain makes history with choice of running mate”. The Associated Press. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
115. ^ “Palin’s hubby and son not Republicans”, by Kenneth P Vogel, 29 Aug 2008, http://www.politico.com
116. ^ Cooper, Michael; Elisabeth Bumiller (August 29, 2008). “McCain Chooses Palin as Running Mate”, The New York Times. Retrieved on 2008-08-29. “She said her eldest child, a son, is in the Army, and he is heading to Iraq on Sept. 11.”
117. ^ Quinn, Steve (September 19, 2007). “Palin’s son leaves for Army boot camp”, Anchorage Daily News. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
118. ^ Tapper, Jack (2008-09-02). “Todd Palin, Longtime Former AIP Member”. ABC News. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
119. ^ Demer, Lisa (April 21, 2008). “Palin confirms baby has Down syndrome”, Anchorage Daily News.
120. ^ Wesley, Loy (March 6, 2008). “Secret’s out: Palin pregnant”, Anchorage Daily Times. Retrieved on 2008-08-29.
121. ^ George, Rebecca (April 22, 2008). “Palin says she felt safe flying to Alaska to have baby”, Daily News-Miner. Retrieved on 2008-08-30.
122. ^ Demer, Lisa (April 22, 2008), “Palins’ child diagnosed with Down syndrome”, Anchorage Daily News, <http://www.adn.com/626/story/382864.html&gt;
123. ^ “John McCain’s running mate: Sarah Palin’s teenage daughter is pregnant – Telegraph”. Telegraph (September 1, 2008). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
124. ^ Shear, Michael D. and Karl Vick. “No Surprises From Palin, McCain Team Says”. Washington Post. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.
125. ^ “Bristol Palin’s pregnancy was an open secret back home”, New York Daily News (September 2, 2008). Retrieved on 2008-09-02.

126. ^ Van Sack, Jessica (September 2, 2008). “Alaska principal: Bristol Palin’s situation will be a learning opportunity for teens”, Boston Herald. Retrieved on 2008-09-02.

127. ^ Associated Press (September 1, 2008). “Palin says 17-year-old daughter is pregnant”.Google News. Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
128. ^ “Bristol Palin’s pregnancy raises issues of privacy, judgment”, USA Today (September 1, 2008). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
129. ^ “State of Alaska Primary Election – August 27, 2002: Official Results”. Division of Elections. The Office of Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell (2002-09-18). Retrieved on 2008-09-01.
130. ^ “City of Wasilla Municipal Election – October 5, 1999: Official Results”. City Clerk. City of Wasilla (1999-10-05). Retrieved on 2008-08-29.

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FYI – Sen. Obama – The Abridge Experience listing

Junior Senator
from Illinois
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 4, 2005
Serving with Richard Durbin
Preceded by Peter Fitzgerald
Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on European Affairs
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 4, 2007
Preceded by George F. Allen
Member of the Illinois Senate
from the 13th district
In office
January 8, 1997 – November 4, 2004
Preceded by Alice J. Palmer
Succeeded by Kwame Raoul
Born August 4, 1961 (1961-08-04) (age 47)
Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Nationality American
Political party Democratic
Spouse Michelle Obama (m. 1992)
Children Malia Ann (b. 1998),
Natasha (“Sasha”) (b. 2001)
Residence (Kenwood), Chicago, Illinois
Alma mater Occidental College,
Columbia University,
Harvard Law School
Profession Attorney / Politician
Net Worth $1.3 million (USD)
Religion Christian: United Church of Christ
Signature Barack Obama’s signature
Website Barack Obama—U.S. Senator for Illinois
More detailed articles about Barack Obama
————————————
Early life and career · (Family · Memoir)
Illinois Senate career
U.S. Senate career
Presidential primaries · Obama–Biden 2008
Policy positions · Cultural and political image

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FYI – Experience Electoral history of Barack Obama

Electoral history of Barack Obama, junior United States Senator from Illinois (2005-present) and, as of June 2008, Democratic Party nominee for President of the United States in 2008
Contents
[hide]

* 1 Illinois Senate and United States House of Representatives races (1996-2002)
* 2 United States Senate race (2004)
* 3 Presidential primaries (2008)
* 4 References

[edit] Illinois Senate and United States House of Representatives races (1996-2002)

Illinois Senate, 13th district, 1996[1]:

* Barack Obama (D) – 48,592 (82.16%)

Illinois Senate, 13th district, 1998[2]:

* Barack Obama (D) (inc.) – 45,486 (89.17%)

Illinois’ 1st congressional district (Democratic primary), 2000[3]:

* Bobby Rush (inc.) – 59,599 (61.03%)
* Barack Obama – 29,649 (30.36%)

Illinois Senate, 13th district, 2002[4]:

* Barack Obama (inc.) – 48,717 (100.00%)

[edit] United States Senate race (2004)

Democratic primary for the United States Senate from Illinois, 2004[5]:

* Barack Obama – 655,923 (52.77%)
* Dan Hynes – 294,717 (23.71%)

United States Senate election in Illinois, 2004[6]:

* Barack Obama (D) – 3,598,277 (69.97%)
* Alan Keyes (R) – 1,391,030 (27.05%)

Vermont Liberty Union Party Presidential primary, 2008[8]:

* Brian P. Moore – 178 (44.61%)
* Barack Obama* – 25 (6.27%)
* Hillary Rodham Clinton* – 15 (3.76%)
* Others – 170 (42.61%)

Minnesota Independence Party Presidential caucus, 2008[9]:

* Michael Bloomberg – 50 (50.00%)
* Barack Obama – 20 (20.00%)
* Ron Paul – 20 (20.00%)
* Others – 10 (10.00%)

Connecticut for Lieberman Presidential caucus, 2008[10]:

* Barack Obama – 19 (82.61%)
* Ralph Nader – 3 (13.04%)
* No nominee – 1 (4.35%)

2008 Democratic presidential primaries[11]:

Excluding penalized contests, only primary and caucuses votes:

* Barack Obama – 16,706,853
* Hillary Rodham Clinton – 16,239,821
* John Edwards* – 742,010
* Bill Richardson* – 89,054
* Uncommitted – 82,660

* Others – 22,556

Including penalized contests:

* Hillary Rodham Clinton – 18,225,175 (48.03%)
* Barack Obama – 17,988,182 (47.41%)
* John Edwards* – 1,006,275 (2.65%)
* Uncommitted – 299,610 (0.79%)

(* – dropped out from race)

2008 Democratic delegate counts:

(2,118 delegates needed to secure nomination)

Pledged delegates[12]:

* Barack Obama – 1,765
* Hillary Rodham Clinton – 1,637
* John Edwards – 4

Including superdelegates[13]:

* Barack Obama – 2,156 (52.79%)
* Hillary Rodham Clinton – 1,922 (47.06%)
* John Edwards – 6 (0.15%)

2008 Democratic National Convention (Presidential tally)

* Barack Obama – chosen by acclamation

Unfinished roll call:

* Barack Obama – 1549 (35.07%)
* Hillary Rodham Clinton – 341.5 (7.73%)
* Abstaining – 1 (0%)

References

1. ^ Our Campaigns – IL State Senate 13 Race – Nov 05, 1996
2. ^ Our Campaigns – Candidate – Barack Obama
3. ^ Our Campaigns – IL District 01- D Primary Race – Mar 21, 2000
4. ^ Our Campaigns – IL State Senate 13 Race – Nov 08, 2002
5. ^ Our Campaigns – IL US Senate – D Primary Race – Mar 16, 2004
6. ^ Our Campaigns – IL US Senate Race – Nov 02, 2004
7. ^ Our Campaigns – NH US Vice President – D Primary Race – Jan 08, 2008
8. ^ Our Campaigns – VT US President – Liberty Union Primary Race – Mar 04, 2008
9. ^ Our Campaigns – MN US President – MNI Caucus Race – Feb 05, 2008
10. ^ Our Campaigns – CT US President – CFL Caucus Race – Mar 06, 2008
11. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – D Primary Race – Jan 03, 2008
12. ^ Political Dashboard – 2008 Presidential Election on Yahoo! News
13. ^ Our Campaigns – US President – Democratic Delegate Count Race – Jan 03, 2008

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