Barack Obama Wins Iowa Caucus: Youth vs Christians

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Obama called the night a “defining moment in history.”
“You came together as Democrats, Republicans and independents to stand up and say that we are one nation, we are one people and our time for change has come.”
Huckabee’s victory can be attributed to his overwhelming support among evangelical voters and women, the polls indicate.

Barack Obama is on a serious roll right now. It is becoming clear that his message of hope and unity is getting through to the people. Barack Obama has won the Democratic nomination from Iowa. This strikes a serious blow to the Clinton campaign. Hilliary will have to pick up the pieces and try to win the next primary in New Hampshire on Tuesday night.

We are clearly looking at the true making of history. Barack Obama could be the next President of the United States come this time next year. Obama is tapping into the youth market to help spark his goal to become the President. Even though Obama hasn’t the same experience of the others his message and hope for a better America has inspired millions.

But don’t sleep people! We have a long way to go. We have to keep the power going all the way to the White House. So don’t sleep or let your guard down for a moment. Let this win inspire us to work even harder.

Obama took 57% of the 30 and younger audience. While Republican winner, former Baptist minister Mike Huckabee, took the win via Christian support.

1 Comment
  • Jim
    January 3, 2008

    There has always been talk about the ‘youth vote’ and how to secure it.

    Watch Senator Obama do what MTV could not!

    vote for Barry!

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