Friday, June 27, 2008

Unity in Unity

As the GOP sets its election strategy, the Democrats take new steps to unite at this point in the Presidential Elections.

In Unity, New Hampshire, the state where candidates Obama and Hilary each received 107 votes in the primary in January, the symbolic idea espoused by the town’s name came to life. As the Democratic Party has historically been divided, and much more so earlier this election season, the unified tone is refreshing.

While there was no mention of securing anyone as Obama’s running mate, there was certainly an emphasis to aide Senator Clinton erase her over $12 million debt in campaign expenses.

As the two “Unite for Change,” it will be interesting to see what comes next, regarding changes in the platform and speech as stances cover more of the middle ground, and the choosing of running mates.


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