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article imageAP Reports Barack Obama Clinches Nomination

By Samantha A. Torrence     Jun 3, 2008 in Politics
An Associated Press tally has found that Obama clinched the needed 2,118 delegates to clinch the Democrat Presidential nomination.
An Associated Press tally has put out that Obama clinched the needed 2,118 delegates to clinch the Democrat Presidential Nomination. This is a number of all delegates already won, declared super delegates, and privately declared super delegates.
Barack Obama is the first African American to effectively clinch the Democratic Nomination. The 46-year-old will be the first minority member to lead a major party into a Presidential Race. Obama is now vying for the spot as the 44th President of the United States.
Despite this news Hillary does not plan to drop out of the race.
The question remains will he "officially" clinch the nomination tonight?
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