Democratic presidential candidate
Barack Obama opens the U.S. general election campaign with a narrow lead over Republican John McCain.
Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama opens the general election campaign with a narrow lead over Republican John McCain but the two score near even among independent voters, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday.
Democrat Barack Obama wins the 2008 United States presidential election after beating Republican John McCain, becoming the first African American to be elected to the office of President of the United States. 2008-11-4 (Context: 2008 presidential, Barack Obama, John McCain)
The America's Climate Security Act of 2007, a greenhouse gas emissions reduction bill, stalls in the U.S. Senate after a 48-36 vote fails to invoke cloture on a Republican filibuster. Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama were among six senators absent from the vote who expressed support for the bill. 2008-06-6 (Context: 2008 presidential, Barack Obama, John McCain)
Dignitaries gather at the memorial service for U.S. Senator John McCain at the Washington National Cathedral, at which former U.S. Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama are among those who eulogize McCain. 2018-09-1 (Context: Barack Obama, John McCain)
U.S. Senator and 2008 presidential nominee John McCain (R-AZ) dies at the age of 81. 2018-08-25 (Context: 2008 presidential, John McCain)
The United States Congress certifies the results of the 2008 presidential election, confirming Barack Obama as President-elect. 2009-01-8 (Context: 2008 presidential, Barack Obama)