Media for Obama

The Stockton Record endorses….
Choice is Clear: Obama for President
September 29, 2008

The Stockton Record is a newspaper serving Stockton, California, a conservative leaning city, with a population of about 300,000, located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley. This paper which has not endorsed a Democrat for president for seventy two years, just endorsed Barack Obama for president!!!!


Boston Globe endorses….
Obama for President
October 13, 2008

“The nation needs a chief executive who has the temperament and the nerves to shepherd Americans through what promises to be a grueling period — and who has the vision to restore this country to its place of leadership in the world.”

“Such a leader is at hand. With great enthusiasm, the Globe endorses Senator Barack Obama for president.”

St. Louis Post-Dispatch endorses….
Barack Obama for President
October 17, 2008

“Over the past nine months, Mr. Obama, the junior senator from Illinois, has emerged as the only truly transformative candidate in the race. In the crucible that is a presidential campaign, his intellect, his temperament and equanimity under pressure consistently have been impressive. He has surrounded himself with smart, capable advisers who have helped him refine thorough, nuanced policy positions.”

“In a word, Mr. Obama has been presidential.”

The Washington Post endorses….
Barack Obama for President
October 17, 2008

“Mr. Obama is a man of supple intelligence, with a nuanced grasp of complex issues and evident skill at conciliation and consensus-building. At home, we believe, he would respond to the economic crisis with a healthy respect for markets tempered by justified dismay over rising inequality and an understanding of the need for focused regulation. Abroad, the best evidence suggests that he would seek to maintain U.S. leadership and engagement, continue the fight against terrorists, and wage vigorous diplomacy on behalf of U.S. values and interests. Mr. Obama has the potential to become a great president. Given the enormous problems he would confront from his first day in office, and the damage wrought over the past eight years, we would settle for very good.”

Los Angeles Times endorses….
LA Times Editorial Board endorses someone [Obama] for president.
October 17, 2008

“It is Obama’s character and temperament that come to the fore. It is his steadiness. His maturity. These are qualities American leadership has sorely lacked for close to a decade,” the editorial said.”

Chicago Tribune endorses….
Obama for president.
October 17, 2008

“It’s the first time the paper has endorsed the Democratic Party’s nominee for president. But the editorial board declares Obama the right man “to lead us through a perilous time and restore in us a common sense of national purpose.”

The Salt Lake Tribune endorses….
A simple choice: The nation needs Barack Obama in the White House
October 20, 2008

“The countries that have long depended upon the United States for enlightened global leadership long for it.”

“For the sake of all, and for those who follow us, we must have it.”

“The editorial board of The Salt Lake Tribune believes that Barack Obama can deliver it.”

The Houston Chronicle endorses….
The presidential ticket: The Chronicle endorses Barack Obama for president and Joe Biden for vice president of the United States
October 18, 2008

“After carefully observing the Democratic and Republican nominees in drawn-out primary struggles as well as in the general campaign, including three debates, the Chronicle strongly believes that the ticket of Sens. Barack Obama and Joe Biden offers the best choice to lead the United States on a new course into the second decade of the 21st century.”

Anchorage Daily News endorses….
Obama for president
October 25, 2008

“Palin’s rise captivates us but nation needs a steady hand….Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic nominee, brings far more promise to the office. In a time of grave economic crisis, he displays thoughtful analysis, enlists wise counsel and operates with a cool, steady hand. The same cannot be said of Sen. McCain.”

17 newspapers endorse….

17 Newspapers Endorse Obama, 2 for McCain

October 12, 2008

“Barack Obama picked up at least 17 newspaper endorsements this weekend, including six in swing states Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, and Missouri. John McCain, as far as we know, gained just two.”

Newspaper endorsement list for Obama and McCain.


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