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Barack Obama runs for president again2012-09-07 12:03
Current U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday night became the official candidate of the Democratic Party in the upcoming presidential election to be held on November 6, the RIA Novosti reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In a speech to the delegates he urged Americans to trust him the presidency for the second time; he also promised to resolve the outstanding problems of the country over the next four years and recalled about the fulfilment of those promises made during the 2008 presidential campaign.
Democratic congress was held in Charlotte (North Carolina) from Monday to Thursday. The congress delegates from each state adopted Obama as a presidential candidate, and current Vice President Joe Biden - the candidate for vice-president for the next term. Last week, Republicans, who gathered in Tampa (Florida), party candidates nominated the former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Congressman Paul Ryan for president and vice-president.
According to the current president main future challenges are the creation of new jobs and economic recovery, the Pravda.ru reported. Obama is confident he is capable to achieve this for the next four years. For the same reason, Barack Obama has decided to run for president for the second time.
Presidential election in the USA will be held on November 6. According to a survey, conducted by the Reuters/Ipsos survey service on September 2, and which was attended by 1,4 thousand Americans, 45% will vote for both presidential candidates.