Senator Barack Obama announced on his website today his decision to form a Presidential Exploratory Committee for the 2008 race. Obama has been steadily closing in on Hillary Clinton as the Democratic frontrunner and as he gains more name recognition, you can expect that gap to narrow even further.
Barak Obama tries to move in on a Hillary Clinton fireside chat, much to her dismay. Obama resorts to tagging to get his point across.
Sen. Clinton Debates Sen. Obama for the Black Vote in a Britethorn Media Campaign 2008 Election Event.
Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama slug it out for the Black Vote
Clinton and Obama Debate for the Black Vote
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Hilary Clinton Debates Barack Obama for the Black Vote in Part 4 of the Series
Barack Obama opposed this war before it even began. Watch clips of his opposition before and after the war as well as his plan for moving forward
The ad titled "Carry" chronicles Senator Obama's eight years in the Illinois State Senate and his success in working with Democrats and Republicans to achieve goals that they only talk about in Washington, DC
The ad titled "Choices," highlights Senator Obama's years in Chicago. He first came to Chicago as a community organizer to work with a group of churches in a community that felt abandoned and powerless as local steel mills closed. During his time as a community organizer, Barack persuaded local residents that they could effect real change and they did -- block by block.
Charles Barkley talks about his first time meeting Barack Obama and why he supports the Senator
Debate _08_ Obama Girl vs Giuliani Girl
Romney vs. Obama On Hardball
Barack Obama: Yearly Kos Breakout Session
Following Saturday's Presidential Leadership Forum at Yearly Kos, each of the 2008 candidates held individual Q&A "Breakout Sessions" with a roomful of people. Here are the highlights from Barack Obama's session.
Gov. Romney On Obama & Afghanistan