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2012-05-07 19:58:17

After the 2008 election of President Barack Obama, many proclaimed that the country had entered a post-racial era in which race was no longer an issue. However, a new large-scale study shows that racial attitudes have already played a substantial role in 2012, during the Republican primaries. They may play an even larger role in this year's presidential election. The study, led by psychologists at the University of Washington, shows that between January and April 2012 eligible voters who...

2012-04-05 23:01:37

US Senate candidate David Levitt, on the ballot to represent California as a Democrat, launches the first video campaign ad of the 9-week Senate primary race today. In the video, Levitt explains how, under new rules, his campaign can push Republican frontrunner Orly Taitz, proud “Queen of the birthers” entirely off the November ballot, leaving two Democrats: Levitt and incumbent Dianne Feinstein. California (PRWEB) April 05, 2012 In the 90-second video, Levitt appeals to the...

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