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2008 Presidential Race

Barack Obama in 2008 Info Center Hub
In January 2007, Senator Barack Obama declared that he's establishing an "exploratory committee" to investigate the feasibility of his candidacy for the 2008 presidential race. The following is a directory to Barack Obama at About.com Liberal Politics, including articles, profiles, speeches and books authored by the senator.

Hillary Clinton in 2008 Info Center Hub
On January 20, 2007, Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York declared that she's establishing an "exploratory committee" to investigate a run for the 2008 presidential race. Such a committee is a precursor to running for the White House. This is a directory to Hillary at About.com Liberal Politics, including articles and profiles about her, and books authored by the senator.

Bill Richardson in 2008 Info Center Hub
On January 21, 2007, Bill Richardson of New Mexico, the nation's only Latino governor, declared that he's establishing an "exploratory committee" to investigate a run for the 2008 presidential race. This is a directory to Bill Richardson at About.com Liberal Politics, including articles, profiles and books authored by the governor.

Wesley Clark in 2008 Info Center Hub
In February 2007, Wesley Clark joined 9 other candidates for the Democratic 2008 race for the presidential nomination in speaking to the DNC Winter 2007 Meeting about his undeclared 2008 candidacy. The following is a directory to Wesley Clark at About.com Liberal Politics, including articles, profiles and books authored by the governor.

Joe Biden in 2008 Info Center Hub
In 2006 and again on January 7, 2007, Senator Joseph "Joe" Biden of Delaware (b. November 20, 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania) declared that he's joining the run for the 2008 presidential race, a precursor to running for the White House. The following is a directory to Joe Biden at About.com Liberal Politics.

2008 Presidential News Aggregator
The 2008 Presidential Wire is a buzz tracker and news aggregator devoted to the 2008 Presidential campaign. For 22 potential candidates, both Democratic and Republican, the site daily tracks the main stream media and leading blogs for news and stories, which are then compiled, analyzied and compared to trends. It's interesting, informative and very current!

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