Wednesday, November 5, 2008

"Obama Wins Indiana, U.S."

From the Indianapolis Star:

"While Obama was rewriting the nation's history, he was making history in Indiana, as well, eking out a razor-thin victory here. It was the first time a Democratic presidential candidate had won the state in 44 years. McCain won many rural counties with 60 percent or more of the vote, but Obama offset that with big margins in many larger counties, including Marion (Indianapolis), St. Joseph and Lake, a Democratic stronghold near his hometown of Chicago."

5 comments:

SallyP said...

I saw Indiana in the WIN column, and let out a cheer. Of course, he took Connecticut by something like 80%, but we're all elitist knee-jerk liberals around here.

Dreadful Rauw said...

Good job guys. I'm proud Americans today.

Here in Georgia we didn't quite go blue, but were closer than we've been in years.

TF said...

Well done, lads.

It's about bloody time, what what?

:-p

Maxo said...

Thumbs up for Indiana!

Saranga said...

:D