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Barack Obama  made history last night after the final two primaries of the season, becoming the first African American to be a major party’s  nominee for president .

Election Post Mortem – Local and National

Barack Obama made history last night after the final two primaries of the season, becoming the first African American to be a major party’s nominee for president .

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Barack Obama  made history last night after the final two primaries of the season, becoming the first African American to be a major party's nominee for president.

Obama Claims Historic Victory, Clinton Holds On, McCain Takes Aim

Barack Obama made history last night after the final two primaries of the season, becoming the first African American to be a major party's nominee for president.

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They are still counting votes tonight in the  South Dakota  and  Montana  presidential primaries, but today  Senator Barack Obama  collected enough superdelegate endorsements to  lock…

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They are still counting votes tonight in the South Dakota and Montana presidential primaries, but today Senator Barack Obama collected enough superdelegate endorsements to lock…

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