Democratic presidential candidate Obama takes Ohio and Iowa

November 4, 2008, breaking news—Ohio (JusticeNewsFlash.com) Democratic presidential candidate Barrack Obama wins the critical battle ground state of Ohio. The polls have just come in and Obama has won Ohio reported live by CNN correspondents. Thousands remain waiting in Grant Park, in Chicago, Illinois for the arrival of Senator Obama. The crowd has been informed Obama has taken Ohio from rival Republican presidential candidate John McCain.

According to CNN recent reports Ohio makes the 270 electoral win more possible for Obama by adding 20 votes to his electoral total. John McCain’s home state of Arizona remains hanging in the balance. Arizona still remains undecided and too close to call.

Iowa has also just turned blue while reporting this breaking news to the American voters. The historic red state has just provided 7 electoral votes to the Democratic candidate. No president has ever taken the oval office without winning Ohio.

JusticeNewsFlash political reporters continue to provide ground breaking news coverage during the Presidential election of 2008.

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