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By Chris Christoff, Detroit Free Press Aug. 4--LANSING -- More than 1,000 supporters lined up this morning to hear presumed Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama's scheduled 11 a.m. address on U.S.
By The Associated Press Obama proposes $1,000 energy rebates for consumers ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.
CHICAGO _ Sen. Barack Obama said Saturday he is simply acting pragmatically in softening his opposition to additional oil drilling along the nation's coastline, a shift Republicans say shows he is calculating and out of touch with voters.
By James Q. Lynch, The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Aug. 1--CEDAR RAPIDS -- Barack Obama challenged a Cedar Rapids audience to follow their gut and "take a chance on change" when they vote for president this fall.
By JONATHAN WEISMAN By Jonathan Weisman and Juliet Eilperin The Washington Post CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa Sen. John McCain's campaign accused Sen.
By ; Associated P REVIEW-JOURNAL and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A 30-second ad airing in Nevada and 10 other battleground states is the latest in a string of negative ads by Republican presidential candidate John McCain.
CHICAGO - With 100 days remaining in the race for the White House, Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama says he has succeeded in expanding the electoral map in his race against John McCain, principally in Southern and Southwestern states but also in Montana and North Dakota.
By The Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) - With 100 days remaining in the race for the White House, Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama says he has succeeded in expanding the electoral map in his race against John McCain, principally in southern and southwestern states but also in Montana and North Dakota.
Oil was $12 per barrel when Federico Pena was the nation's energy secretary in the Clinton administration. Mr. Pena is now a co- chairman of the Obama campaign and an adviser to the candidate on energy and transportation issues.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.
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