POLITICS
03/28/2008 02:45 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Barack Obama On Super Tuesday

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AP reports that Obama has won the primary in Illinois.

AP is reporting that Obama has won Georgia's primary.

Obama has cast his vote in Chicago, and unsurprisingly, he voted for himself.

Just in time, Obama wins the hard-sought Dave Matthews endorsement. This after he single-handedly reunited the Grateful Dead. And of course, the nod from American Apparel.

Radar's media man, Charles Kaiser, reports that "unofficially, the New Yorker likes Obama."

Obama will be getting his voice out through fifteen TV interviews today. Meanwhile, campaign surrogates are hitting radio stations across the country.

Barack Obama will be in his home state of Illinois today. Click here to see where the other candidates will be.

If Obama is able to maintain his high margin of black voters, the delegate count from those districts could resemble winning a series of small states.

The expat vote: Obama makes a strong early showing with Democrats abroad, particularly those in his former home of Jakarta.

Obamicans? Some young Republicans are finding themselves torn between Barack Obama and John McCain.

Lowered Expectations: Obama and Clinton work to downplay a possible loss on Super Tuesday.

Back to Boston: Obama holds a Massachusetts rally with Senator John Kerry.

NOW has launched an attack on Obama's voting record on abortion, similar to one the did before the New Hampshire caucus:

The e-mail from Rosemary J. Dempsey, president of the Connecticut National Organization for Women, told members that Obama's record during his time in the Illinois Senate included several instances in which he voted "present" instead of yes or no on abortion-related legislation.

Obama has discovered the magic touch of Camelot since his endorsement by Ted Kennedy:

"The Kennedy endorsement was a 12 on a scale of one to 10," said former senator Thomas A. Daschle (S.D.), an Obama supporter who courted Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (Mass.) for months. "It will be written as one of the biggest turning points in the campaign."

Obama packed 17,000 into a Hartford rally last night as Democratic voters look to turn out in record numbers across Connecticut:

The line in downtown Hartford started forming at 2:45 p.m., then snaked around the block. Saying the building was at capacity, the fire marshal closed off admission with about 100 people waiting in the lobby.

The Black Eyed Peas are doing their part to spread Obama's message, spreading a sample of one of his speeches into a smorgasbord of singer-celebrity appearances. Watch the video here: