Edition number 26 in this Digital Markets Blog presidential campaign 2008 series on what I am calling “User Generated Politics”
Will a Democratic “dream team” 2008 presidential ticket of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama (or vice versa) come to pass?
The principal Clinton-Obama fireworks to date have been more the political name calling kind (see "Bill Clinton million dollar email campaign for Hillary").
Clinton and Obama may be putting their rivalries aside on Sunday, however, in the name of civil rights, political goodwill and positive "User Generated Politics".
Both Clinton and Obama are slated to paricipate with Alabamans in the Bridge Crossing Jubilee, an annual commemoration of the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march in Alabama.
Whether Clinton and Obama will march side by side is unknown, what is known, however, is that each will be speaking simultaneously before the march, addressing different audiences before the main event.
Clinton is scheduled to address a service at First Baptist Church and to represent President Bill Clinton, at his induction into the National Voting Rights Museum's Hall of Fame. Obama is scheduled to address a service at Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church, the starting point for the historic march 42 years ago.
WILL CLINTON AND OBAMA MARCH TOGETHER IN 2008?
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John McCain announces McCain Space! Republican ‘User Generated Politics’
Oprah Winfrey embraces Barack Obama: Can she drive votes?
Barack Obama million dollar star in Hollywood
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