Top 5 Obama Campaign Moments

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1. January 9, 2008: Nashua, New Hampshire
Obama, gracious as ever, beautifully concedes New Hampshire to Sen. Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primaries.

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2. March 18, 2008: Philadelphia, PA
Obama delivers a powerful “More Perfect Union” speech on race relations that is compared, rightfully, to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s orations.

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3. April 17, 2008: Philadelphia, PA
Obama brushes the dirt off his shoulder.

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4. June 3, 2008: St. Paul, MN
Barack & Michelle Obama famously bump fists as he becomes the presumptive Democratic nominee for President.

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5. November 4, 2008: Grant Park, Chicago, IL
Barack Obama is elected President of the United States of America, becoming the first African-American president in the nation’s history.

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Sasha Obama says, “Hi Daddy!” at the DNC, the cutest American political moment ever.

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Obama draws a crowd of 200,000 people in Berlin, Germany, inspiring people worldwide that America can be the beacon of hope and progress it once was.

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