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By Elisabeth Bumiller and Michael Cooper New York Times News Service Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska and Sen.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T Inc. announced today that new communications technology systems have been deployed for the 2008 Town Hall Presidential Debate, to be held at Belmont University on Tuesday, October 7.
By CRAIG GILBERT Washington -- While John McCain and Barack Obama spent Tuesday calling on Congress to rise above politics and adopt a financial rescue plan, their campaigns and their political allies were letting the attack ads fly.
BARACK OBAMA, it appears, is overcoming some of the public's skepticism about his readiness to lead the nation. At Thursday night's vice presidential debate, Sarah Palin will have to confront similar fears about her abilities - or see further erosion of her early support.
By Sandy Grady T he only certainty in Thursday night's vice presidential debate is that Sarah Palin will not imitate Ross Perot's running mate James Stockdale, who began his 1992 debate with the bewildered line: "Who am I? Why am I here?" Anyone within earshot of a TV set knows who Palin is -- the hockey-mom, beauty-contest-winning, moose-hunting Alaska governor who injected an adrenaline rush into John McCain's campaign.
By E.J. DIONNE JR. WASHINGTON - September began as John McCain's month and ended as Barack Obama's. McCain's high-risk wagers aimed at shaking up the campaign turned into very bad investments.
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By Liz Sidoti Associated Press WASHINGTON -- John McCain and Barack Obama put their contrasting leadership styles on display as they staged what amounted to an audition for president during the great financial bailout debate of 2008.
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ImpreMedia, the #1 Hispanic news and information company in the U.S. in online and print, and MySpace, the world's premier social network, today announced that they will again team up to offer Spanish-language coverage of the Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates.
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