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‘One People’

President-elect Barack Obama chooses unity over division

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2008
By 11 p.m. on Election Day, about 25 people were at Integrity Hall in Bond Hill talking or dancing to the music of a DJ. Just 25 people in a room with that DJ, a TV and a snack table with corn chips and sheet cake with red, white and blue frosting, watching in amazement as the first biracial person was elected president of the United States. "His life is the perfect example of inclusion," said Ken Ghee, a psychology professor at the University of Cincinnati. "His color is a merging of Caucasian, African, Hawaiian."  

Another Seven Days of Smokers and Teachers in Trouble

2 Comments · Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Vice presidential nominee/sassy maverick sidekick Sarah Palin last week unveiled numerous metaphorical characters who would benefit from a Republican administration.   

2008 Presidential Race

Results, analysis and background from the Ohio primary through to the November general election

0 Comments · Friday, October 31, 2008
Read up on CityBeat's coverage of the presidential campaigns from throughout 2008, starting before the Ohio primary up through this week's election endorsements. Plus coverage from other alt weekly papers on the Democratic and Republican conventions.  

Targeting Ohio's Reddest Counties

Obama campaign hopes to win the swing state by chipping away at Republican strongholds in Butler, Clermont and Warren counties

3 Comments · Wednesday, October 22, 2008
With just a few hours to go before last week’s final presidential debate, Sen. Barack Obama’s supporters at Smokey Bones BBQ & Grill in West Chester were furiously busy. These Democratic volunteers, seated at tables and booths in a set-aside area with their cell phones out, were calling Butler County voters classified from previous research as “undecided” or “persuadable.” They were making calls as quickly and politely as possible before the debate began.   

Another Seven Days of Alcoholic Disputes and Voter Resolutions

1 Comment · Wednesday, October 22, 2008
John McCain today did his best to try to halt Barack Obama's increasing momentum, arguing during the final presidential debate that the liberal senator will raise taxes, spread everyone's money...  

Fear of a Black Planet

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 24, 2008
In light of Sen. John McCain's badly managed presidential campaign and series of outlandishly false statements, some prominent Democrats and media pundits now are saying the only reason many polls show McCain essentially tied with Barack Obama is due to the latter's ethnicity.