Free Election Clip Art and Barack Obama Pictures

As everyone knows by now, the 2008 presidential election was won by Barack Obama. If you feel passionately about the election results and want to show it or if you're writing about Obama or the inauguration, the Barack Obama clip art below can give you some nice visuals.

These images, which were created using the free online Picnik application, are perfect for fliers, blogs, Web sites or even making your own bumper stickers. (Personally, I would never stick anything to my car; but I know a lot of people do.)

The images below include some photos of Barack Obama that I obtained from the Barack Obama Web site and altered using Picnik's many photo effects. I also used some standard patriotic borders and filled them with messages related to voting, the election and Barack Obama. I hope you find them useful!


Free Barack Obama and Election Clip Art

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Barack Obama clipart -- thinking Barack Obama clip art -- thumbs-upBarack Obama clip art -- thumbs-up blueBarack Obama clip art -- unifying the piecesBarack Obama clip art -- speaking in front of bank of American flagsBarack Obama clip art -- in front of Capitol building in Washington D.C.Election clip art: Barack Obama, hail to the chiefElection clip art: vote buttonElection clip art: vote buttonElection clip art: Democratic donkeyElection clip art: Democratic donkeyElection clip art: Republican elephantElection clip art: Republican elephant
Barack Obama clipart -- thinking
Barack Obama clipart -- thinking
Barack Obama clip art -- thumbs-up
Barack Obama clip art -- thumbs-up
Barack Obama clip art -- thumbs-up blue
Barack Obama clip art -- thumbs-up blue
Barack Obama clip art -- unifying the pieces
Barack Obama clip art -- unifying the pieces
Barack Obama clip art -- speaking in front of bank of American flags
Barack Obama clip art -- speaking in front of bank of American flags
Barack Obama clip art -- in front of Capitol building in Washington D.C.
Barack Obama clip art -- in front of Capitol building in Washington D.C.
Election clip art: Barack Obama, hail to the chief
Election clip art: Barack Obama, hail to the chief
Election clip art: vote button
Election clip art: vote button
Election clip art: vote button
Election clip art: vote button
Election clip art: Democratic donkey
Election clip art: Democratic donkey
Election clip art: Democratic donkey
Election clip art: Democratic donkey
Election clip art: Republican elephant
Election clip art: Republican elephant
Election clip art: Republican elephant
Election clip art: Republican elephant

Download Instructions

Please read the terms of use before downloading the art.

To download, choose a small version of any of the Barack Obama clip art images. When you click on one of the images, it will appear larger. Then, if you have a PC, just right-click and save the final version of the artwork to your hard drive. If you have a Mac, control-click to download.

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Terms of Use

You're welcome to use these free Barack Obama and election clip for your personal use. But you may not sell the images in any form, printed or digital, form the images into a collection and give them away, or incorporate them into products without permission.

All the clip art on this page was created in the free online graphics application Picnik. If you want to use the artwork commercially, you can make your own in Picnik. Be sure to read their terms of use, though, which are linked from the bottom of the Picnik site.

If you have a special request or any questions, please contact Carla at info [@] vintageholidaycrafts [.com].

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Poll: Who's Your Candidate?

Who are you going to vote for in the 2008 presidential election?

  • 52% Barak Obama
  • 48% John McCain
461 people have voted in this poll.

This poll is now closed to voting.

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