Barack Obama got the better of Clinton – Bill Clinton, that is – in a different kind of run-off this weekend.
The Democratic presidential hopeful won the Grammy for best spoken word album on Sunday for the audio edition of his book, The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream
. The Illinois Senator beat out two former presidents, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, to claim the trophy. (Maya Angelou and Alan Alda also vied for the prize.) Click here for a list of the night's big winners.
Although it was not Clinton's year, the author of Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World
has won the category twice before.
Obama's current political rival, Hillary Rodham Clinton, won in 1996 for It Takes a Village
The two Democrats remain locked in a heated battle for the presidential nomination.