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WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel was elected Mayor of Chicago on Tuesday.
HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- After the September 14th primary elections, eVoter.com (www.eVoter.com) is Maryland's leading interactive voter information website.
O no -- Maine Democrats are accusing a potential Republican state legislative candidate of ripping off President Barack Obama's Web site. State Republicans say it's a case of pettiness, the Bangor Daily News reported Thursday. The Maine Democratic Party said Wednesday presumptive Republican candidate Les Otten's Web site was awfully similar to Obama's, with graphics built around the letter O.
About half of adults in the US took to the Internet when it came to contributing to the 2008 election, announced a study on Wednesday.
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A Denver man said he has temporarily shelved his plans for a ballot initiative to create a commission to deal with extraterrestrial beings visiting Earth. Jeff Peckman, who proposed the creation of an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission in Denver, said he will be in wait-and-see mode for the next few months while he observes the administration of President Barack Obama, the Rocky Mountain News reported Thursday. It's on hold for now because of the confidence that I feel and a lot of people...
By Salena Zito An old political adage says, "He who sets the debate wins the election." If the presidential election was held tomorrow, it would be hello President Barack Obama because, so far, John McCain is handing him a victory. McCain is better than the campaign he has run so far.
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