Describe the significance of the presidential election of November 4, 2008, of Barack Obama

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  • Describe the significance of the presidential election of November 4, 2008, of Barack Obama

This paper must include a discussion of the following topics:

  • A thorough summary of the personal story, including the incidents that took place and the key individuals involved.
  • The importance of the event in the larger scope of U.S. history. Explain the historical situation of the event.
  • How the event changed the daily life of the person from whose perspective you are writing.
  • The lasting legacy of the event in the U.S. and the world.

Your final deliverable should be 6-8 pages in length (excluding cover page and references) and formatted according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing & APA (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Be sure to discuss and reference concepts taken from the assigned textbook reading and relevant research. Review the grading rubric to see how you will be graded for this assignment.

Paper 6-8 pages or powerpoint 14-16 slides.

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School: UCLA

Attached.

BARACK OBAMA’S NOV 4, 2008 ELECTION
NAME
INSTRUCTOR
INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION
DATE

INTRODUCTION


Barack Obama first contested as the a presidential
candidate in 2008.



He was then a Senator of Illinios



His running mate was Joe Biden who was then the Senator

of Delaware.


Obama vied for presidency from a Democratic Ticket.



He was selected as the Democratic presidential candidate
and became the first African American president to be
nominated in a major ticket.



In this presentation, Obama’s Nov 4, 2008 election is
discussed further for the ultimate outcome and meaning.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


Obama vied for US presidency as Illinois Senator; his
running mate Joe Biden was Senator of Delaware.



He was name Democratic presidential candidate in

2008 and became not only one of the youngest
contestant but also the first African American to be
selected for a major nomination ticket.


He contested to the ballot against McCain who was
Senator of Arizona then.



He won the election and became the first African
American elected president .

CONT.

CONT.


He became the third sitting senator, after Warren G.
Harding and John F. Kennedy, to be elected president.



Obama was announced president on January 8, 2009
with 3...

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