With every passing day, it’s becoming more clear that the Democratic presidential primary is coming to a close, and Barack Obama is going to be the Democratic nominee for President in 2008. Democratic superdelegates are flooding to Obama, reflecting the popular vote preference for Obama.
It’s this coming Tuesday’s primary in Oregon that will put Barack Obama over the top, with a majority of delegates committed to him, securing the nomination. It’s going to be an interesting weekend for news from Oregon, as Obama volunteers work to consolidate voter support and prepare for the Victory Day.
CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Associated Press will be covering the activities. Then again, that’s the information everyone else will be reading about. Wouldn’t it be better to get some more direct information that isn’t dependent upon the same old repeated corporate journalistic talking points?
Go to the source for information about Barack Obama in Oregon. The following sources will give you deeper insights. There are several Obama for Oregon web sites – official and unofficial:
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