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hi5, one of the world's largest and fastest-growing social networks, today released results from a worldwide survey of members. The overwhelming results revealed that the international community favors Senator Barack Obama by 83% as the next president of the United States of America.
NEW YORK, Oct.
Social media buzz about Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama far outpaces that of Republican John McCain and appears to be much more favorable.
By Kathy Kiely KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Barack Obama pulled out all political and technological stops Wednesday, barnstorming across Republican territory, making a late-night appearance at a rally here with former president Bill Clinton, and blanketing the airwaves.
By David Jackson WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- John McCain crisscrossed Florida on Wednesday, trying to keep the state in the Republican column as some supporters worried about whether he can catch the better-funded Barack Obama.
More supporters of Democratic nominee Barack Obama say his election will make a great difference in healthcare than do supporters of GOP nominee John McCain.
They don't agree on many issues, but judging by their itineraries, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and Republican John McCain have similar tastes in travel destinations.
Democratic U.S. vice presidential nominee Joe Biden said Tuesday John McCain is "promising to continue" President George Bush's economic policies. Speaking to a crowd in Ocala, Fla., Biden, a U.S. senator from Delaware, said McCain, the Republican presidential nominee and a U.S.
BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Even though Nov. 4 is just one week away, it is not too late to become an expert on the current key issues and candidates surrounding this year's presidential election -- right from the same device you carry with you wherever you go: your mobile phone.
CALABASAS, Calif., Oct.
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