Campaign Watch Archives - Los Angeles Sentinel
Grade: Passed!
November 3, 2008
Despite the naysayers, Obama has been tried and tested, and he has passed the test. The campaign that he is running is the real, best test. ... read more »
The Economy! The Economy! The Economy!
October 16, 2008
The Race Has Turned Ugly but the Burning Issues Remain: the Economy, the Economy, the Economy Despite the worsening economic forecasts and Senator John McCain’s attempt to redirect the public’s attention away from the crisis, ... read more »
Only One More Presidential Debate
October 9, 2008
Now that the second presidential debate is over, there is only one left before the general election and the nation’s economic woes are crying out for solutions. ... read more »
Hundreds Cheer for Obama
October 2, 2008
Mohammad Mubarak for SentinelCommunity watch the Obama vs McCain debate outside the Los Angeles Sentinel headquarters. They are expected to return for the vice presidential debate By Kenneth Miller, ... read more »
1st Presidential Debate
September 25, 2008
The Sentinel, KJLH Radio, Ward Economic Development, the New Frontier Democratic Club and We Vote for Change will host the first presidential debate, where the public is invited to watch next Friday on a six-foot projector in front of the Sentinel office. ... read more »
“McCain is out of touch on the economy.”
September 18, 2008
With the country’s economy in chaos, it is important for the next president to understand the fundamentals of economics. The most recent challenge to dominate the presidential campaign is the worsening of the economy and its ripple effect worldwide. ... read more »
Obama Supports LAX Strikers
September 11, 2008
CNS – Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama announced his support last Thursday for airline service workers at Los Angeles International Airport—six days after those employees put down their picket signs and returned to work. ... read more »
Obama Picks Joe Biden as Running Mate
August 23, 2008
Barack Obama has chosen Delaware Senator Joseph Biden to be his running mate for the 2008 presidential election. Obama posted the official announcement on his website and sent out a text message around 3:00 am August 23. ... read more »
The Presidential “Veep-Stakes.”
August 20, 2008
The Democratic Convention will take place next week in Denver Colorado and its historic significance is an internationally recognized moment in time. The talk of the town is the presidential “veep-stakes.” ... read more »
VP Running Mate
August 14, 2008
Choosing the vice presidential running mate is one of the most important decisions a candidate will make before becoming president. It is most significant for Senator Barack Obama in this election year because thus far, ... read more »
Energizing Abroad
July 31, 2008
Senator Barack Obama’s has engaged America like no other presidential candidate before him to live up to its ideals that “all men are created equal.” That statement may seem out of place because some may say and indeed, ... read more »
Senator Visits Afghanistan and Iraq
July 24, 2008
Obama’s recent trip seems to have shored up his foreign policy standing and as the convention draws near, the distinction becomes clearer between him and Senator John McCain  Senator Barack Obama’s recent overseas trip designed to solidify his foreign policy credentials appears to have accomplished what it was intended to do. ... read more »
Obama Hammers Home Message to NAACP
July 17, 2008
In front of a standing-room only crowd at the annual NAACP convention on Monday, July 14, Senator Barack Obama reaffirmed his message of Black people taking more responsibility for their actions as well as outlining his message as it relates to the Black community During his first-ever address to the convention, ... read more »
The Senator Continues to Lead His Unconventional Campaign on a Focused March to the Presidency
July 10, 2008
In-keeping with the “unconventional-ness” of his campaign, Senator Barack Obama has scheduled an open-air event at Investco Field, in Denver, Colorado, next month where he will accept the Democratic Party’s nomination to be the next President of the United States. ... read more »
Hundreds Turn Out at Unite for Change Rally in Leimert Park
July 3, 2008
Photo credit:?Shon SmithFuture voter, Elias Omar, 15-yrs.old From all over Los Angeles, people gathered at Leimert Park last Saturday at the Unite for Change rally to support Senator Barack Obama, ... read more »
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