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Republicans need to raise $5 million in the next three days to compete with Democrats' get-out-the-vote efforts, the GOP's U.S. vice presidential nominee said.
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.
The Oct. 15 Presidential debate offered one last big opportunity for John McCain and Barack Obama to prove their mettle and win over voters in this hotly contested election.
Xinhua world news summary at 0830 GMT, Oct. 5 BAGHDAD -- Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abu al-Gheit arrived in Baghdad on an unannounced visit on Sunday, official Iraqi television reported.
By Wesley Johnson; Press Association America's two vice presidential nominees targeted their rivals at the top of the ticket as both avoided making any significant mistakes in their only head-to-head debate of the 2008 election.
By Jo Mannies ST. LOUIS - Vice presidential candidates Sarah Palin and Joe Biden spent most of their time defending or attacking the two men at the top of their tickets John McCain and Barack Obama in a 90- minute debate Thursday night touted as a potential game-changer.
Queen Latifah has agreed to play PBS journalist and U.S. vice presidential debate moderator Gwen Ifill on "Saturday Night Live," TMZ reported Friday.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- As political pundits comment on who the clear winner was from the 2008 Vice Presidential debate, bloggers and social media enthusiasts across the Internet have found that each candidate benefited from their appearance.
By Jim Kuhnhenn ST.
By CRAIG GILBERT In their only debate of the campaign, vice presidential candidates Sarah Palin and Joe Biden offered viewers at home Thursday night a breathtaking array of contrasts -- age, gender, geography, experience, personality, philosophy.
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