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1. 2016-11-02 US election 2016: Obama warns fate of world at stake North Carolina
2. 2016-09-15 Trump campaign acknowledges Obama was born in US USA
3. 2016-08-02 Trump hits back at 'disastrous' Obama White House, USA
4. 2016-07-27 'We'll carry Clinton to victory' says Obama
5. 2016-06-09 Obama officially endorses Hillary Clinton Washington
6. 2016-03-12 Obama warns against campaign anger White House, Washington
H. 2012-11-10 Obama adds Florida to poll count Florida
I. 2012-11-07 Obama: 'Best yet to come' Chicago
2012-11-06 Obama re-elected as US president Chicago

Recent Summary.     Click for More > Obama, Romney remain locked in tight race. USA Obama and Romney push to the finish. Ohio Candidates spar on foreign policy. Florida Obama hits back in fiery debate. New York US rivals square off at debate   Colorado: US President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are clashing over their economic proposals in the first of three presidential debates Obama accepts White House nomination   North Carolina: Barack Obama has accepted the nomination of the Democratic party, and is delivering a speech telling voters they face a 'choice of a generat... First Lady rallies Democratic crowds. North Carolina Barack Obama wins presidential election  Washington: As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold McCain, Obama trade blows on economy. Tennessee McCain and Obama spar in first debate. Southern U.S. Obama launches historic campaign. Colorado Senator Joe Biden is Obama's choice. Chicago Clinton backs Obama and bows out. Washington Obama winner of Democratic race   U. S. Midwest: Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected Democrats meet in crucial debate. Ohio Obama, McCain sweep Potomac primaries. Washington Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins Obama launches presidential bid. U. S. Midwest
US election 2016: Obama warns fate of world at stake. North Carolina Trump hits back at 'disastrous' Obama. USA 'We'll carry Clinton to victory' says Obama. Philadelphia Obama officially endorses Hillary Clinton. Washington Obama re-elected as US president


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US election 2016: Obama warns fate of world at stake   North Carolina: U.S. President has urged Democrats to get out and vote for Hillary Clinton, warning that the fate of the US republic - and the world - is at... Trump campaign acknowledges Obama was born in US. USA   Trump hits back at 'disastrous' Obama    USA: Donald Trump has dismissed Barack Obama's time in the White House as a 'disaster' after the US president said he was not fit to succeed him   'We'll carry Clinton to victory' says Obama   Philadelphia: US President has implored voters to help continue his legacy by carrying Hillary Clinton to victory at the polls in November   Obama officially endorses Hillary Clinton   Washington: President Obama, after meeting Senator Bernie Sanders, has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton as the Democratic Party presidential nominee Obama warns against campaign anger. Washington Obama adds Florida to poll count Obama: 'Best yet to come'. Chicago   Obama re-elected as US president


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  Chicago: The president earlier scored a big win in Pennsylvania. Obama also walked away with a win in the swing states of New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Michigan
 Elsewhere, Obama and Romney each racked up expected victories in relatively safe territory. Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, has called the president to concede the race
  Obama, Romney remain locked in tight race    USA: Obama has won swing states Michigan and Pennsylvania. Romney has carried several solid Republican states, also taking Indiana from Mr Obama Nov.5   Obama and Romney push to the finish   Ohio: US presidential rivals Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have spent the day before the election visiting key swing states and making final pitches to voters Nov.4 US rivals deadlocked in last push. USA Nov.3 US rivals battle for swing states. Iowa Nov.2  US election race reaches endgame Oct.25 Obama to cast vote early in Chicago Oct.23 Obama and Romney in final push. USA Oct.22   Candidates spar on foreign policy Map of Boca Raton Florida Florida  Florida: US President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney have battled over national security, in the third and final presidential debate Oct.19 Romney derides 'no agenda' Obama. Florida Oct.18  Presidential rivals trade jokes Oct.17 US rivals back in battlegrounds. Iowa Oct.16   Obama hits back in fiery debate   New York: US President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney have tangled on the economy, taxes and Obama's record in their second debate Oct.9  Obama's Big Bird ad prompts row Oct.4  Obama starts TV debate fightback Oct.3   US rivals square off at debate Map of Denver Colorado Colorado
  Colorado: US President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are clashing over their economic proposals in the first of three presidential debates
US rivals ready for vital debate. USA Sep.7 US campaign opens with jobs row. Iowa Sep.6   Obama accepts White House nomination Map of Charlotte North Carolina
  North Carolina: Barack Obama has accepted the nomination of the Democratic party, and is delivering a speech telling voters they face a 'choice of a generation'
Sep.5 Clinton ready to fight for Obama. North Carolina Sep.4   First Lady rallies Democratic crowds   North Carolina: Michelle Obama has headlined the first night of the Democratic Party convention, urging voters to re-elect her husband, addressing a convention... May.5 Obama rally kicks off campaign. Ohio Apr.24 Romney calls for focus on Obama. New York

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Dec.15 Republican debaters assail Obama
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Nov.3 Obama says US voters 'frustrated'
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Jan.31 Obama praises peaceful Iraq polls
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Nov.4   Barack Obama wins presidential election
  Washington: As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold
  Obama is projected to win California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Virginia. Democratic Senator says 'change has come to America', after being elected the first black president of the United States
Obama wins battleground Ohio
Oct.7   McCain, Obama trade blows on economy   Tennessee: The presidential hopefuls have set out their economic policies in a debate dominated by the financial crisis Sep.26   McCain and Obama spar in first debate Map of Oxford Mississippi USA  Southern U.S.: Presidential rivals have attacked each other over foreign policy and the economy, in their first debate Aug.28   Obama launches historic campaign Map of Denver Colorado  Colorado: Barack Obama has accepted the Democratic Party's nomination to run for president of the US in front of a crowd of some 75,000 people Aug.27 Bill Clinton vows to back Obama. Colorado Aug.26 Clinton urges party to back Obama. Colorado Aug.22   Senator Joe Biden is Obama's choice   Chicago: US Democratic presidential hopeful is set to reveal his vice-presidential running mate ahead of a rally Aug.4 Obama urges opening oil reserves. USA Jun.7 Obama praises 'valiant' Clinton   Clinton backs Obama and bows out   Washington: Hillary Clinton has told her supporters to unite behind Barack Obama as she suspended her campaign to become the nominee for the president Jun.4  Clinton will quit and back Obama Jun.3   Obama winner of Democratic race
  U. S. Midwest: Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected.    On the final day of primary voting, Obama won the day's other primary, in Montana....
Mar.20  Firings over Obama file breach Mar.11  Obama 'wins Mississippi primary' Feb.26   Democrats meet in crucial debate   Ohio: Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have begun a debate by attacking each other's tactics, each saying they stand for universal healthcare Feb.25  Robed Obama picture ignites row Feb.23  Clinton denounces Obama tactics Feb.19 Obama wins Wisconsin primary poll
Feb.12   Obama, McCain sweep Potomac primaries   Washington: While John McCain was inching toward the Republican presidential nomination, Barack Obama staked a claim as the Democratic front-runner Feb.9 Obama takes poll clean sweep. USA Feb.6  Democratic race remains wide open Jan.31  Democratic pair hold key debate Jan.26 South Carolina delivers big win for Obama Jan.13  Democrats clash over civil rights Jan.3 Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins   Mike Huckabee has won Republican caucuses, the first nominating contest of the 2008 US presidential election

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Feb.10 Obama launches presidential bid   U. S. Midwest: Democratic Senator has launched his presidential campaign with a speech in which he pledged to 'build a more hopeful America'