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Election Night Celebrations

Super Tuesday is today Polls close at 8:00 pm, so after you have done your part as a poll worker, poll watcher, walked a precinct to get out the vote or just cast your ballot come and celebrate with fellow Democrats as we watch the election returns. There will be 4 parties throughout the county.…

What was it I called it yesterday? Obama-mentum!

National Super Tuesday poll shows dramatic Democratic shift From Paul Steinhauser CNN WASHINGTON (CNN) — Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton is losing ground to Sen. Barack Obama in a national CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll released on the eve of critical Super Tuesday presidential primaries and caucuses. The two are virtually tied in Monday’s survey, which shows…

Obama-mentum!

Momentum (noun) - an impelling force or strength; “Senator Obama’s momentum carried his campaign to a lead in the polls.”  The Latest Rasmussen California Poll Election 2008: California Democratic Presidential Primary California: Obama 45% Clinton 44% In California’s Democratic Presidential Primary, Barack Obama now holds a statistically insignificant one-point lead over Hillary Clinton. The latest Rasmussen Reports…

Breaking News: Maria Shriver backs Barack Obama

From the LATimes.com In a dramatic moment at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion, California First Lady Maria Shriver just strode out onto a stage that had already seen its share of celebrities — Oprah Winfrey and Stevie Wonder among them — and announced that she was joining the Kennedy half of the family backing Barack Obama, reports…

I Voted for Edwards. I’m Endorsing Obama.

When Senator John Edwards suspended his campaign last week I had my ballot ready to go, with Edwards marked as my choice for President. Having been a delegate for Senator Edwards to the 2004 Democratic National Convention, to say the least I was disappointed by the Senator’s decision. I sent it in anyway and have…

BREAKING: Field poll shows huge gains by Obama in CA

The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting on the latest Field Poll for California: A startling surge of support for Barack Obama has catapulted the Illinois senator into a virtual tie with Hillary Rodham Clinton in California’s Democratic presidential primary, a Field Poll released Saturday shows. Clinton, a longtime California favorite, saw her once-commanding lead slip…