How many different place did Barack Obama live?
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Illinois, Hawaii,chicago. sorry, that's all I could get.
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He used to live in the Downtown District. He lives in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago.
Barack and Michele Obama have two biological children, both daughters. Malia Ann (their first) who, was born July 4, 1998 and followed by a second daughter, Natasha ("Sasha"), on June 10, 2001. Internet rumors that Mr. Obama also has a step-daughter (or in some versions of the myth, a step-son) …are false. Barack Obama has two daughters. One is named Malia Obama, and theother is named Sasha Obama. Born on July 4, 1998, Malia is 19 yearsold. Born on July 4, 1998, Sasha is 16 years old. (MORE)
He lives at the White House, in Washington DC. This is where all US presidents live. Before he lived at the White House, Mr. Obama lived in a home in Chicago, Illinois.
Barack Obama lives in Chicago, and represents the State of Illinois in the US Senate.
Barack Obama is now the president of the United States; he was elected in 2008, and then re-elected in 2012. This means he is the leader of the United States, the leader of his political party (the Democrats) and the Commander in Chief of the US Military. Before Mr. Obama became president, he was …a U.S. senator from Illinois. (MORE)
Distilled from Wikipedia's page on Barack Obama: Barack Obama was born in Hawaii Aug 4 1961. His family moved to Indonesia in 1967 when his mother's second husband, Lolo Soetoro, was recalled there (along with all other Indonesian students) when Emperor Suharto took power there. Obama and his …family lived in Indonesia while Obama was between the ages of six and ten. In 1971, Obama moved back to Hawaii to live with his maternal grandparents, Madelyn and Stanley Armour Dunham, and attended Punahou School until his graduation in 1979. After his graduation from high school, Obama moved to Los Angeles in 1979 to attend Occidental College. In mid-1981, Obama traveled to Indonesia to visit his mother and sister Maya, and visited the families of college friends in India and Pakistan for three weeks. In 1981 he transferred to Columbia University in New York City. In 1985, Obama moved to Chicago to work as director of the Developing Communities Project (DCP), a church-based community organization. He worked there until 1988. In mid-1988, he traveled in Europe for three weeks, and then for five weeks in Kenya, where he met many of his paternal relatives for the first time. In late 1988, Obama entered Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. During his summers, he returned to Chicago, where he worked as a summer associate at the law firms of Sidley Austin in 1989 and Hopkins & Sutter in 1990. After graduating from Harvard in 1991, he returned to Chicago. In 1991, Obama accepted a two-year position as Visiting Law and Government Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School to work on his first book. He then served as a professor at the University of Chicago Law School for twelve years--as a Lecturer from 1992 to 1996, and as a Senior Lecturer from 1996 to 2004--teaching constitutional law. Obama spent these years doing many other things in and around Chicago, including being elected to the Illinois Senate in 1996, for Illinois's 13th District. He was reelected to the Illinois Senate in 1998, and then again in 2002. In November 2004, Obama won election as U. S. Senator from Illinois, and served in that position until winning the U. S. presidency in November 2008, at which point he moved his main residency to Washington, D. C. (MORE)
He has one biological half-sister on his mother's side-- from his mother's second marriage. Her name is Maya, and by all accounts, the president is very close with her (she lives in Hawaii with her husband). He also has about five half-siblings from his father's side, who are from his biological fat…her's various marriages. By all accounts, they live in Kenya and President Obama has only occasional contact with some of them. See the related question for more detail about who his siblings are. (MORE)
Barack Obama said that he lived abroad for two years. There arequestions as to if this is really true or not.
When President Obama was a child, he went to St. Francis Assisi Catholic school in Jakarta, Indonesia, for three years when his mother married an Indonesian man. Barack Obama went to an Indonesian public school in Jakarta for one year before moving back to Honolulu, Hawaii.
I wonder if you left out part of your question. Obama is the current US president.
Barack Obama mostly grew up in Hawaii-- except for a four-year period when he and his mom lived in Indonesia. He was born in Hawaii in 1961, but after his dad abandoned the family, his mom re-married, and they moved to Jakarta, where he lived with his new step-dad; but while he was happy there, he m…issed Hawaii; so he moved back to Honolulu and lived with his grandparents. (MORE)
Barack Obama lived in Indonesia as a result of his mother's re-marriage. After Barack's father left him and his mom when he was still a baby, his mom eventually remarried. Her new husband, Lolo Soetoro, was from Indonesia, and the family moved there for about four years. But Barack returned to Hawai…i to complete his education. (MORE)
He has mostly lived in Hawaii and Chicago, and now of course in Washington DC . He also spent a few years in Indonesia as a boy and went to college in LA, New York City and Cambridge, Mass. he lived in honalulu Hawaii
He was born in Hawaii and lived there for the first several years of his life. After his mother and biological father got divorced, she ultimately remarried; her new husband was from Indonesia, and the family moved there for about four years. Then, Barack returned to Hawaii to finish his education.
He was born in Hawaii, and except for four years living in Indonesia with his mom and step-dad, he was raised in Hawaii (in Honolulu).
If this question is "How many children does Barack Obama have?" then the answer is two.
Yes he did live in Chicago after completing his bachelor in Political science in New York
He lived in Honolulu, Hawaii for the first few years of his life. He then moved with his mom and step-dad to Jakarta, Indonesia for four years. He then returned to Honolulu, Hawaii to live with his grandparents through high school. After that, he lived in the cities where he attended college: Los An…geles, New York City, and Cambridge (MA). He lived in Chicago after graduating from college, and remained there until he was elected president in 2008. (MORE)
Before he was president, Barack Obama lived in a number of cities.He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and lived there till he finishedkindergarten. He lived for about four years in Jakarta, Indonesia,before moving back to Honolulu to finish middle school and highschool. He next lived in Los Angeles and …then in New York City,while attending college. He worked in Chicago for about five yearsbefore living in Cambridge, MA (not far from Boston) while he wasin law school. He then moved back to Chicago, where he worked andlived until he became president in 2008. At that time, he and hisfamily moved to Washington DC. (MORE)
He has been a legal resident of two states, Hawaii and Illinois. He went to college in California, New York and Massachusetts but I do not if these states considered him to be a resident.
1. Catholic school in Indonesia.. 2. Public school in Indonesia. 3. Punahou School in Hawaii. 4. Occidental College. 5. Columbia University . 6. Harvard Law School
First, it is misleading to refer to "servants," a term reminiscent of royalty. Mr. Obama is not a king, and he does not have servants. However, like all presidents, he does have attendants, aides, and various staff-members who work for him and perform the many duties necessary to keeping the White H…ouse running smoothly. These include the White House chef and his or her staff; the men and women who do the cleaning and maintenance; the staff-members who answer the mail, purchase the supplies, and plan the logistics for White House social events; and many others who work behind the scenes. Contrary to internet rumors, there is no evidence the number of employees at the White House has risen since President Obama took office. (MORE)
he was the first African American president & he fixed what bush started which was the recession
Well, no one lives forever . But I hope he lives a long time though.
Yes. When he was about five, his mother remarried and the family moved from Hawaii to Indonesia. They lived there for four years, and then Mr. Obama came back to his native Hawaii to attend school in Honolulu.
He has had a home in Hawaii and Illinois. He lived as a college student in California, New York and Massachusetts .
He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and lived there till age 5; then his mom and new step-dad move to Indonesia, where he lived till he was ten, before returning to Hawaii. In college, he lived first in (Los Angeles) California, then in (New York City) New York. He found a job as a community organizer a…nd advocate for the poor in Chicago, Illinois, and five years later, moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts to attend Harvard Law School. He ultimately moved back to Chicago, where he lived and worked till he became president and moved to Washington DC. So, he has lived in Hawaii, Indonesia, California, New York, Illinois, Massachusetts, and Washington DC. (MORE)
In the White House! I am not sure I understand the question. If you are asking where does Barack Obama live, he lives in Washington DC, since he is president of the United States. But his legal residence is Chicago (he was born in Hawaii, but began living in Chicago in the mid-1980s).
The President of the US is paid a salary. Barack Obama also has earnings from his book sales.
Being the US President, Obama currently resides in the White House. Before the election, he lived in Hawaii.
He was born in Hawaii and except for some time he spent with his mother in Indonesia, he lived in Hawaii. He went to college in LA, then on to Columbia in New York and the Harvard Law School near Boston. Then he moved to Chicago .
Before he was president, Barack Obama was a U.S. senator from Illinois. Prior to that, he was a state senator. Prior to that, he was a law school professor and a civil rights lawyer. And prior to that, he was a community organizer and an advocate for the poor.
A quote is repeating what someone else has said, perhaps to fit a particular context. Any person may be quoted or quote someone else, so there are innumerable quotes a person may make and an innumerable number of times a person may be quoted.
President Barack Obama never lived in Africa . His father, also named Barack Obama (1936-1982) lived in Africa (Kenya) most of his life. He went to college in the US (first in Hawaii and then, later, in Massachusetts) from 1959 to 1965.
His mom and dad met at the University of Hawaii, and thus, the future president was born in Hawaii. He also lived much of his life there, except for four years in Indonesia, from when he was six to when he was ten. He moved back to Hawaii and moved in with his grandparents, living with them from abo…ut age eleven until he graduated from high school. (MORE)
He lived in Hawaii for a few years of highschool. my teacher went to school wiyh him and has the yearbook with him in it. But other than that, nothing has been proved
He did before he was elected President, but now he lives in the White House in Washington, D.C.
He lived with his mother , in Hawaii and Indonesia until he was 10. He then was sent back to Hawaii to live with his grandparents and go to private school in Hawaii. His mother joined them in Hawaii when he was 11 and stayed for 5 years until she went back to Indonesia to work.
It is difficult to answer this question without more information. For example, he was born in Hawaii, but when he was five, his mother remarried and the family moved to Indonesia, where he spent four years. Later, as a college student, he visited Pakistan. Later, he made a trip to Kenya to meet some… of his late father's relatives for the first time. When he was a U.S. senator, he visited several countries in Africa and also visited Israel. And he also has visited a number of states in the United States. As president, he has traveled to a number of countries including India, Afghanistan, England, Mexico, Canada, and China. I enclose a link to a list of the international trips he has made since becoming president. (MORE)
Although the election was on November 6, 2012, there are still a few votes that have not been counted yet; but the total we have is 62,615,406 votes (51%) for President Obama, with 332 electoral votes; and 59,142,004 (48%) votes for Mitt Romney, with 206 electoral votes.
Barack Obama has made a difference. he has lowered job amount (I and many more people have been unemployed) he has raised taxes he has lowered minimum wadge so basically vote for mit romney
It depends on which time in his life. He lived in Hawaii from the time he was born in 1961 till he was about five years old. He spent four years in Indonesia with his mom and step-dad, then moved back to Hawaii. In college, he lived in Los Angeles for two years, then New York City. When he graduated…, he got a job in Chicago and lived there. He spent a couple of years attending Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and then moved back to Chicago, where he lived until he became president. These days, he and his family live in the White House in Washington DC. (MORE)
Barack Obama, as the president of the United States, lives in an official residence in Washington DC. It is called the "White House" and it really is a white house, like a mansion. If you are from another country, you may not have seen it, so I enclose a link that has some photos of it.
Barack Obama graduated from Harvard Law School with an award for academic excellence-- "Magna Cum Laude," which means he was in the top 10% of his class. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009. He has also won two Grammy Awards, for the spoken-word versions of his two best-selling books.
If you are asking where he went in his life, he has done a lot of traveling. He was born in Hawaii, but his mom and step-dad moved to Indonesia when he was five, and he spent four years in that country before returning to Hawaii. He has lived in California, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, and o…f course Washington DC. In the late 1980s, he made a trip to Kenya to meet some of his biological father's relatives for the first time. When he was a senator, he visited a number of foreign countries including Ethiopia and Israel. As president, during his first term, he visited more than thirty countries, including England, Ireland, Mexico, Thailand, Burma, Afghanistan, Australia, Japan, Ghana, Chile, Vatican City, and India. (MORE)
You may be referring to "body guards," although it is more likely that Mr. Obama relies on the Secret Service, rather than on a body guard. All presidents are given a certain amount of protection, and Mr. Obama is no exception. But the number of Secret Service agents who protect him is never made pu…blic, to ensure the president's safety. People with bad intentions might plan an attack based on how many agents are guarding him, so the location and the number of the agents is not publicized. (MORE)
He has two-- one biological father (Barack Obama Senior) and one step-dad (Lolo Soetoro). On the other hand, President Obama has also said he thinks of his maternal grandfather, Stanley Dunham, as a dad, since his maternal grandparents helped to raise him.
Yes, absolutely. For the first five years of his life, he and his mom lived in Honolulu. Then, his mom re-married and they all moved to Indonesia. The schools were not very good and the country was politically unstable (plus he missed Hawaii), so when he was about ten, his mom sent him back to Honol…ulu to live with his maternal grandparents. But she kept in touch and made sure she saw him as often as possible. (MORE)
If you are asking how many cases Barack Obama tried when he was acivil rights attorney in Chicago, we do not have the exact number.We do however have a lot of information about what he did as alawyer. According to newspaper reports, in 1993, he was hired as ajunior attorney at the Chicago law firm t…hen known as Davis, Miner,Barnhill & Gallard. He helped represent clients in civil andvoting rights matters and wrongful firings, argued a case before afederal appellate court, and took the lead in writing a suit toexpand voter registration. (MORE)
He has kept his house in Chicago. He was undoubted live there forat least awhile.