44th President Barack Obama addresses the city of Chicago after he was elected in the 2008 U.S. presidential election in a captivating speech in which he discusses the power of democracy and the influence of each and every vote. During his speech, he reaffirms the powerful themes of his successful campaign and his interest in each and every one of the voices across the nation.
In his victory speech, President Barack Obama speaks of the American dream and of his hope for the potential and future of the nation, a theme that was central to the spirit of his campaign. President Obama vows that he will always be honest about the struggles facing the nation and clarifies that his election is not the change we seek, but is the chance we seek to make that change, and that it cannot happen without a new spirit of service to rebuild the country.
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