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Obama to run for second term in 2012

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WASHINGTON, April 4 (IANS) - US President Barack Obama will run for a second term in 2012, his campaign website announced Monday.

"This campaign is just kicking off. We're opening up offices, unpacking boxes, and starting a conversation with supporters like you to help shape our path to victory. 2012 begins now, and this is where you say you're in," Xinhua cited the launch video posted on his campaign website.

The US presidential election is due in November 2012.

As a Democrat, Obama served three terms in the Illinois Senate from 1997 to 2004. He was elected in the congressional elections in 2004 as a US senator.

He made history in 2008 presidential election as he became the first African-American President in the US and gained unprecedented high popularity with his promise of bringing to the country "change we can believe in".

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Obama to run for second term in 2012

WASHINGTON, April 4 (IANS) - US President Barack Obama will run for a second term in 2012, his campaign website announced Monday.

"This campaign is just kicking off. We're opening up offices, unpacking boxes, and starting a conversation with supporters like you to help shape our path to victory. 2012 begins now, and this is where you say you're in," Xinhua cited the launch video posted on his campaign website.

The US presidential election is due in November 2012.

As a Democrat, Obama served three terms in the Illinois Senate from 1997 to 2004. He was elected in the congressional elections in 2004 as a US senator.

He made history in 2008 presidential election as he became the first African-American President in the US and gained unprecedented high popularity with his promise of bringing to the country "change we can believe in".

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