Senator Barack Obama is now just 172 delegates away from winning the Democratic nomination

OH Yeaaah!

I’m about to burst wide open only 172 delegates away and this was in my email this morning, by now the great Senator may only be 10 delegates away.

Check It….

News broke this morning that Senator Clinton made three separate loans to her campaign in the past 30 days — including one as recently as Monday.

These loans total more than $6.4 million, which combined with her previous personal loans, add up to at least $11.4 million she’s loaned her campaign since February.

A spokesman said she may continue to “loan the campaign additional money out of her jointly-held assets” — which include more than $100 million in income since her husband left the White House.

Meanwhile, by winning a double-digit victory in North Carolina and closing the gap in Indiana, Barack won another 100 delegates.

Barack Obama is now just 172 delegates away from winning the Democratic nomination. It’s within sight.

This is a decisive moment in this race.

Barack has already won more votes, more delegates, and more than twice as many states as Senator Clinton, whose path to the nomination has grown extremely narrow. But these loans show that her campaign will continue to contest the remaining primaries vigorously.

We need to show that the voices of more than 1.5 million ordinary people donating whatever they can afford are more powerful than one person giving more than $11 million to their own campaign.

You’ve helped build this historic movement — please help close out this nomination by making another donation of $25 to match Senator Clinton’s loan:




Filed under Barack Obama, hillary clinton, Race in Politics

4 responses to “Senator Barack Obama is now just 172 delegates away from winning the Democratic nomination

  1. I am so relieved. I voted for him in the Kansas primary. I do need to donate and lets keep our fingers crossed that he gets the nomination-he deserves it. Great post.

  2. Hi Lady Heidi!

    You know the senator is grateful to us for $3.00 $5.00 that’s how his millions has been raised.

    Go Obama!

  3. Peg

    We have been Hillary supporters and will remain with her until the end. (Which is probably very near.)

    You however, have an enthusiasm that is contagious. I can feel it right thru the computer. I’m so happy for you, and your candidate. This could possible be a great turning point for our country’s poor track record of diversity and race relations. And, I want to assure you that as soon as Hill and Bill drop out, Barack will have our full support.

    my best to you!

  4. While some like the fact that obama will get the nomination of the party, the vast majority of America fear what will happen in Jan 2009 if he is sworn into office and begins his appeasement and surrender process to terrorist leaders and terrorist countries around the world as he said he will do.

    America is in deep trouble when people think that a socialist with no experience is the best answer for America.

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