South Plains' Democrats Celebrate Obama Victory - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/4/08

South Plains' Democrats Celebrate Obama Victory

Local Democrats filled the Baker Building in downtown Lubbock Tuesday night, anxiously awaiting the results.  When the networks called the election, the crowd went wild. 

Lubbock County Democratic Chair Pam Brink tells NewsChannel 11 that she couldn't be happier, and says she'll now focus her efforts on the gubernatorial election.

 

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