CEO of Google Support Barack Obama

CEO of Google, Eric Scmidt plan will support Barack Obama this week and campaigning for the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

"I will do that personally," said Schmict to it in the newspaper interview, while adding that the Mountain View, the Internet search engine, which is out in California, "officially neutral" in the November 4 presidential election.

Wall Street Journal said Schmidt plans to join with the executives of other companies in the technology announced their support on Obama and will appear in one event in Florida Tuesday with the Democratic party candidates.

Schmidt is one of a number of important executives of Silicon Valley, which has served as a technology adviser to the Obama campaign. Craig Newmark, founder of a company advertisement for the very famous, also counsel that the Democratic candidate.

Republic party candidate John McCain received support from former eBay CEO Meg Whitman, Cisco CEO John Chambers and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina among a number of other executive leaders.

However, high-technology sector generally considers Obama better than the panda and the Wall Stret Journal said that since 31 August, Google employees have contributed 487,355 dollars to the Obama campaign and only 20,600 dollars in campaign panda.

The newspaper mentioned that the support of the Obama Schmidt arrived, although Google is involved in a number of regulatory issues with the U.S. Congress and the judiciary departments, including research carefully on the proposed advertising agreement between Google and Yahoo.

"I is maintained, the judiciary department will make decisions about issues that are free from political," Schmidt said in the newspapers, such as cited by AFP. "It is not fair for the judiciary to hint (which supports Obama) will make a difference."

Journal said that although Schmidt has said he is not interested in politics, there is speculation among technology executives and the media that he can fill the department head office technology, which Obama said he would form

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