On the all-important Super Tuesday, Barack Obama begins his morning with a game of basketball. Well-known for his love of the sport, the former high school hoopster continues to make the sport a constant on his weekly calendar.
Confronting the Reverend Jeremiah Wright controversy, Obama endures one of the most painful moments of his campaign as he publicly criticizes, while still supporting, his former pastor of 20 years during his famous speech on race.
On Election Day Eve, Obama drums up support on the campaign trail with a heavy heart following the news of the passing of his grandmother. In Charlotte, North Carolina, he shed a tear while telling supporters of the amazing nameless heroes like his grandmother who make America great.
Obama continues to be a steady presence in the lives of his daughters and drops them off to school, following his election as president. Once they move to Washington, D.C., in January, Malia and Sasha will attend Sidewell Friends School.