Incredible ! Jessica Yellin, CNN correspondent appears in hologram on New York Studio but she is actually in Chicago Grant Park in a hi-tech studio surrounded by 40 HD video cameras.
A 3D image as in Star Strek!
See the video:
Here is a list of websites to follow 2008 US Presidential Elections Results:
US Election 2008 Yahoo Political Dash Board live: http://news.yahoo.com/election/2008/dashboard;_ylt=AgDtgxllAqcyRydg.o0tDHJsnwcF
MSNBC Live Player: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/22887506#22887506
New York Times: http://elections.nytimes.com/2008/index.html
Barack Obama took tonight october 29 prime time (8:00 PM eastern time) to make a final pitch in a commercial video (informercial).
30 minutes on seven television channels at the same time!
The infomercial was on CBS, NBC, FOX, MSNBC, TV One, CNN, Univision (Spanish audience), BET (Black audience) and costed about 5 million dollars on the total of 660 Million dollars available for Obama Campaign.
Here is the Obama commercial video: American Stories, American Solutions
Super Tuesday is the most important day in 2008 US Elections.
It’s very popular, as much as a major Sports Event.
24 States choose their favorite candidate for Presidential Election on 4th November.
Super Tuesday Winners:
Democrats: Hillary Clinton–Barack Obama (I think we’ll have to wait for March 4 Ohio and Texas)
Hilary Clinton wins California, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey…
Barack Obama wins Georgia, Illinois, Delaware, Alabama, North Dakota, Utah…
Republicans: John McCain followed by Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney.
John McCain wins Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Oklahoma…
Mike Huckabee wins Arkansas, West Virginia, Alabama…
Mitt Romney wins Massachusetts, Utah…
The United States presidential election of 2008 is scheduled to be held on November 4, 2008.
The main contenders to become President:
DEMOCRATS: Hillary Clinton, Chris Dodd, John Edwards, Barack Obama, Bill Richardson
REPUBLICANS: Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson
Where to follow 2008 Election on the Web? Here is a list of 28 sites for 2008 :
Wikipedia : United States presidential election, 2008
CNN.com : Election Center 2008
Yahoo.com : 2008 Presidential Election
PollingReport : Election 2008 (polls)
Digg : 2008 US Elections
(Humor) : Indecision 2008
USInfo.State.Gov : Guide to the 2008 Elections
Washington Post: 2008 Presidential Candidates
New York Times: Election Guide 2008
USA Today : Political News 2008
NPR : Elections 2008 Primaries
Real Clear Politics: Latest on Election 2008
Guardian Unlimited: Us Elections 2008
Los Angeles Times: Campaign ’08
The Online NewsHour : Vote 2008
BBC News: Vote USA 2008
Forum: 2008 Presidential Election Forum
Forum: Elections 2008 Forum
MyPolitician: 2008 Presidential Election Candidate List
CampaignMoney: Campaign Finance by money raised
Election.tv : Videos on 2008 United States Presidential Election
Whoiswho : 2008 Elections
University of Michigan: Directory of websites related to 2008 Election
2decide : 2008 Presidential Election Candidates on the Issues
SourceWatch : U.S. presidential election, 2008
Presidency 2008 : Politics1 – 2008 U.S. Presidential Election
OpenSecrets: 2008 Presidential Election
PresidentPolls2008: Polls on 2008 Election