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Ecstatic Obama Crowd Marches on Campus and Town

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Last night at approximately 11:30 p.m., Senator Barack Obama was declared the next president of the United States. He will be inaugurated, along side Senator Joe Biden as Vice President, on Tuesday, January 20th, 2009. When Obama reached the required 270 electoral votes for the win, hundreds of Bloomsburg students came teeming from dorms and gathered in front of Elwell. The crowd marched downtown and past the Democratic headquarters. They were dancing and cheering in the streets, ecstatic about Obama's victory. The crowd then traveled back to Carver Hall and gathered on the steps there, chanting and waving signs.

Jerry Manley Makes His Voice Heard

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Twenty-year-old Jerry Manley planned to be the first student to vote today at 7 am at the Kehr Union voting booth. He doesn’t plan on getting much sleep tonight or tomorrow night in the excitement of Election Day. He believes that more students will be voting this year than ever before.

First Time Voter Supports McCain to Bring Change

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Tara Fitzgerald eagerly waited for today so she could vote for Presidential Candidate John McCain. She looks forward to being an active member in her community as well as voicing her long awaited opinion.

Obama Wins Vermont, McCain Wins Kentucky

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Photoshop Election! First results in for Vermont and Kentucky. McCain takes Kentucky and Obama takes Vermont. Vermont is known for its great skiing and Kentucky is of course known for its great chicken.

MSNBC Footage From the Inauguration

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Check out MSNBC's footage from the Inaugural ceremony, as well as the full transcript from Obama's speech.

Lining Up to Make a Difference

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According to Philly.com, students waited in line for over an hour outside of Drexel University's campus to vote.

Bloomsburg Students Conduct Election Survey

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As seen on BloomuToday.com BU students recently con ducted an election survey of both the campus of Bloomsburg University and Columbia County. Bloomsburg University professor James...

Door to Door For Change

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Danny Montalvo has spent the past week going door to door in search of students who would like a “Support Barack Obama” poster to...

Bombarded by Campaigners

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The 2008 Presidential Election will go down in the history books as an amazing race. The cadidates are none like we have seen before and response from new voters has been amazing.

Inauguration Slideshow

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The crowds, security, vendors, and the glory of D.C. captured...

How to (almost) Win an Election in 36 hours

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As of 10pm Monday night, national polls suggest that John McCain trails Barack Obama by 7% in the popular vote, and by over 122...

Election Slideshow

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Bloomsburg students got deeply involved with their time and emotions in Election 2008.  Check out this slideshow for images of students on campus campaigning...

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