The big day is here

May 6, 2008
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Weâ??ve experienced, or maybe endured, one of most intense campaign seasons in memory here in Indiana.

Perhaps you were one of the people who pollsters and news organization kept saying would turn this primary election, the undecideds.

If you voted in the Democratic primary, whom did you back?

Clinton or Obama? Long Thompson or Schellinger?
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  • Obama, Schellinger, Myers, Taylor.
  • Obama, because I believe her deserves a chance to take on McCain. I didn't vote in any other race on the Democratic ballot (I live in Hamilton County). I'll be supporting Daniels again in November, so I see no need to add my voice to the Democratic gubernatorial primary battle.
  • too bad that there wasn't the Schellinger, Taylor, Obama, (name starts with P)

    Then we will have a goverment that will say what they will do... S.T.O.P. working.
  • Obama - if Hillary were to run, she would take the party down in flames. But, sadly, she, like her husband (whom I voted for twice, but what choice did one really have?), doesn't care - it's all about ME. Forget the party and the country and the world. ME.

    Obama will be a great President.

    Long for Congress.
  • Obama, Thompson, though Daniels will most likely get my vote in the election, and Woody Myers for 7th District. I consider myself an independent with Libertarian leanings, though I typically vote for the person that I think is most qualified and will do the best job, regardless of party. I think Obama is a good choice for president. I don't trust Hillary and never have. As John says above, it's all about her and not what's best for the country. I really believe she would say or do just about anything to get the nomination. I voted for Myers, though it was close for me between him or Orentlicher. I do NOT want Carson as my rep. I'm still annoyed at the democratic party for giving him the nom last time when the there were so many other great candidates available, with experience and education. This is not a monarchy or a dynasty. Name alone should not automatically make you the chosen one. That goes for the Bush's and the Clintons of the world too!
  • I'm a lifelong Republican but I was going to vote for Obama... except that I arrived at the polling place 5 minutes late. It's probably 'divine intervention' anyway because my father, who passed away 5 years ago, would have killed me, er, given me an earful for eternity when I see him again in heaven.
  • Ok. Ok. Ok. What is the obsession? Obama says; change, bring people together, meet with any foreign leader, no gas tax breaks, etc. etc. etc.
    Does anyone really know what this guy will do? He's getting trendy, rockstar, like votes. Somewhat like your cool if you like Obama. Mainly because he makes a smooth speech. My guess is he won't be able to do anything for 4 years. McCain gets my vote.
  • The obsession with Obama is that he is the only one with a chance to get something done in the next four years. He will end our involvement in Iraq in a responsible way, he will meet with all foreign leader (keep your friends close and your enemies closer), he will restore our standing in the world, he will restore the constitution as the law of the land and nominate judges that will do the same versus handing the executive branch dictator like powers, he will end our dependence on oil, he will work with all stakeholders to find a solution to our healthcare crisis and most importantly, he will inspire a lost generation of black teenagers to stay in school and become productive members of society!

    Obama, Thompson, would have voted for McGoff!

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