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Too Young To Vote, But Not to Make a Difference

Ricky Roneisi, 9, and Kanani D’Angelo, 11, haven’t been involved in politics for very long…

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Long Lines but Few Early Problems in Key States

Swing states with the most at stake seem to have the longest lines

After what may feel to many like one of the longest presidential campaign seasons in…

By Joyce Jones

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13,000 Miles to Vote

Contractor travels from Afghanistan to Ohio to cast vote for Obama

For some, however making the trip to cast their ballot was a long, rocky road–literally.…

By Jennie Faith Wright

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Teachers Union Rep Anticipates Obama Win

Brenda Pryor, is a field representative for Cook County College Teachers Union, Local 1600, …

By Joyce Jones

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All the Way from Sweden: An Obama Supporter

Linus Aldefors is not eligible to vote in this country and doesn’t even live here.…

By Joyce Jones

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Voting Complaints to Reach 200,000

 
 
(Source: denverpost.com)As a record number of voters flood polling place, the Election Protection…

By Renita Burns

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Obama Votes

Sen. Barack Obama and wife Michelle casted their ballots today in Chicago with…

By Renita Burns

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Norristown Seniors Get Out the Vote

In battleground states like Pennsylvania voters exercising their rights could be spotted standing in lines hours before the polls opened

The Senior Adult Activities Center in Norristown, Pa., is usually filled with senior citizens seeking…

By Brittany Diggs

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Virginia Has High Turnout in the Rain

Rain usually means lower voter turnout, but the cool, wet weather is not stopping people from showing up at the polls in Virginia.

Rain usually means lower voter turnout, but the cool, wet weather is not stopping people…

By Cliff Hocker

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Hoosiers Head to the Polls Early

Randy and Nicole Fields braved the early morning chill and were near the head of a long line at their northeast Indianapolis polling place when voting started in Indiana at 6 a.m.

Randy and Nicole Fields braved the early morning chill and were near the head of…

By Michael Dabney

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McCain Rocks the Vote

 
 

Presidential hopeful John McCain was videoed leaving an Arizona polling place earlier today. After McCain…

By Renita Burns

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Down to the Wire

Obama and McCain to campaign throughout Election Day

With the end finally in sight, Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama are taking nothing…

By Joyce Jones

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Monday Night Football: The Last Stand

Last night, Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain appeared during the Monday Night…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Registration Problems, Long Lines May Mar Election

Web sites help voters find assistance to voting inquiries and polling problems

Web sites help If only hanging chads were the country’s biggest headache this election year.…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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The Final Lap

McCain edges up in the polls, while Obama focuses in on states Bush won in 2004

Early voting makes a difference in turnout of black voters

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Obama’s Grandmother Dies

Sen. Barack Obama announced the death today of his grandmother, who helped raise him.

Sen. Barack Obama announced the death today of his grandmother, who helped raise him.

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Law Students See Diminished Glass Ceiling

Before running for the U.S. Senate, Sen. Barack Obama served as a professor at…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Voter Hopes His First Presidential Ballot Elects the First Black President

At 19, Andrew Kilpatrick is not old enough to remember many of the nation’s civil…

By Joyce Jones

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Mike the Carpenter

It’s a gorgeously sunny day in downtown Chicago and Michael Smith, a Carpenters Union steward,…

By Joyce Jones

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Palin Gets Punked

Gov. Sarah Palin was pranked yesterday by Canada’s Masked Avengers.
Palin unwittingly took a call…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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