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Obama Thanks Native Voters

Indian Country Today, Posted: Jun 10, 2008

WASHINGTON, D.C. Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama carried Indian Country in Montana and South Dakota on June 3, helping him gather the delegates to edge out New York Senator Hillary Clinton, reports Indian Country Today. A spokesperson for the Obama campaign said the outreach to Native Americans paid off and that Obama will continue to get out the Native American vote in the general election. In taking Montana, 56 percent to 41 percent for Clinton, Obama got more than 75 percent of the vote in some parts of Montana Indian Country and did not lose in any counties containing Indian reservations. In losing in South Dakota to Clinton, 55 to 45 percent, he still won all eight counties with significant Indian populations



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