How Will Clinton Supporters Vote in November?

Posted by Katherine | Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Manny from Orlando, Florida, might be a film student or an ob-gyn, depending on how you read his profile. He is without question, though, a fiery Clinton supporter, and he's pissed off at Barack Obama. So pissed off that he's going to vote for McCain in the general election (hat ...

Kenyans Excited About Obama

Posted by Katherine | Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Judith appears to be a graduate student and NGO intern who spends a good deal of time in Africa. She was in Kenya when Obama won the necessary delegates for the Democratic nomination, and she recorded an op-ed in the local paper (hat tip to Ann Raber): [judester1213 / Flickr] To read ...

Tributes to Clinton

Posted by Katherine | Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Keight hails from Portland, Oregon, but she apparently photographed this street art in New York City two days after Obama clinched the Democratic nomination. It seems safe to assume the drawing was intended as a tribute to Clinton's candidacy. (Thanks Ann Raber and James Mills.) [keight / Flickr] Across the country in ...

Clinton’s Concession

Posted by Katherine | Thursday, June 12th, 2008

On Saturday, Hillary Clinton conceded the Democratic nomination. And in so doing, she put on her Obama cap, so to speak. Educator and writer Lois Stavsky is passionate about street art and discovered this representation on the streets of her hometown, NYC (thanks, Ann Raber): [LoisInWonderland / Flickr] If you check out ...

“Close-fisted high five”

Posted by Katherine | Friday, June 6th, 2008

[FLC / Flickr] It must rank up there among over-scrutinized gestures: the Obamas' fist bump / pound / dap / respect knuckles leading up to Barack's victory speech on Tuesday night. Or, if you speak New York Times-ese, their "close-fisted high five" (this from a piece published a few days before ...

Obama and the Nomination

Posted by Katherine | Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

Last night Obama secured enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination and Clinton didn't concede. It's not remotely possible to sum up the loud online talk, so here are just a few interesting reactions. Designer-doodler Chris Piascik in Cambridge, MA, went straight to his moleskine notebook to do one of his ...