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Obama, Clinton Prepare for Ohio and Texas

The candidates in the Democratic camps ramped up their campaigning ahead of tomorrow's primaries in Ohio and Texas. Currently Barack Obama is leading ahead of Hillary Clinton, having won 11 ..
(March 03, 2008)
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Hillary Will Continue Campaigning Against Obama

Senator Hillary Clinton's camp has shot down all talk of moving out of the Presidential trail after the pivotal March 4 nominating contests in Ohio and Texas, where competitor Senator Barack Obama is .
(March 03, 2008)
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John McCain Secures Republican Nomination

Senator John McCain has successfully won the Republican Party's nomination for the Party's national convention in September for the upcoming presidential election. He clinched the nomination with ..
(March 05, 2008)
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Hollywood Star Jack Nicholson Backs Clinton

Democrat Hillary Clinton's campaign has received support from Hollywood titan Jack Nicholson. Nicholson has endorsed a video compilation of some of his famous film roles in support of Democrat ..
(March 05, 2008)
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New York Times Raises Concerns Regarding McCain's Health

A New York Times article raised concerns that John McCain could suffer a recurrence of the skin cancer that he suffered eight years ago. The report follows close on the hells of the story alleging an .
(March 11, 2008)
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Obama Not Qualified To Be Commander In Chief?

Democrat Hillary Clinton has invited Barack Obama to be her running mate. However, she does not think her rival is adequately qualified to be the commander in chief of the US army! Clinton's ..
(March 12, 2008)
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Obama - Clinton is Calculating, Divisive

The mudslinging match between the two leading democratic presidential contenders, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton seems to be continuing unabated. Obama recently remarked that Clinton's campaign was .
(March 09, 2008)
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Romney Endorses John McCain

Republican candidate Mitt Romney has endorsed leading rival John McCain for the party's presidential nomination. Earlier Romney had suspended his campaign, indicating that he did not want a democrat ..
(February 20, 2008)
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Obama Promises $ 210 Billion for Jobs

Democrat Barack Obama has promised that if he becomes president he will spend $ 210 billion to create more jobs. It is a clever strategy that is intended to win him the support of the economically ..
(February 19, 2008)
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Clinton Gives Excuses to Explain Failures

Hillary Clinton may be running out on the votes, but she still has a ready stock of excuses to explain everything. With quite a few losses and failures, Clinton has taken to blaming her losses on, of .
(February 17, 2008)
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Ron Paul Will Not Support McCain

Ron Paul, the maverick Republican candidate has declared that he would not endorse the John McCain, the leading Republican candidate. While it is confirmed that he will not be that he will not be ..
(February 17, 2008)
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Obama's Victory in Maine

Barack Obama raked up another win over the weekend. He won the caucus in Maine allowing him to narrow the gap between him and Hillary Clinton. Voters braved harsh conditions such as harsh winds and ..
(February 13, 2008)
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Hillary Clinton Health Plan May Include Penalty

Democrat Hillary Clinton, on Sunday, continued to drop vague hints about how she expected to implement her proposed health insurance plan. She said she would consider penalizing workers who refused ..
(February 12, 2008)
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Obama - Hillary is Too Strongly Associated with the Past

Democrat Barack Obama criticized Hillary Clinton for being too closely linked to the past. He said Clinton was finding it difficult “to break out of the politics of the past, " referring to the .
(February 12, 2008)
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Mitt Romney Suspends Bid for President

Republican Mitt Romney, who was putting up a brave front to Senator John McCain's performance in the primaries, has finally decided to suspend his presidential campaign. The reason, he said, was that .
(February 11, 2008)
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Conservative Radio Attacks McCain

McCain's Super Tuesday lead has alarmed more than rivals Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee. Conservative radio hosts, who hold much political clout, continue to express displeasure over the increasing ..
(February 10, 2008)
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Super Tuesday - The Ties That Bind

Having finished so close in the polls after Super Tuesday, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are still racing to gain valuable votes. Clinton had managed to win over several big states with a total of .
(February 10, 2008)
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Obama Surges Ahead, Clinton Cries

With only a few hours to go before Super Tuesday, Democrat Barack Obama's poll rankings soared, while Hillary Clinton came close to tears. For most voters, used to seeing Clinton as quite tough, even .
(February 07, 2008)
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Super Tuesday Results

After the tears, just before Super Tuesday, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has reason to smile. Some significant victories in important states helped her close in on her closest rival Barack ..
(February 06, 2008)
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McCain Too Old To Be President, Says Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris thinks that Senator John McCain is too old to become the next president of the United States. The actor, who has been actively backing McCain's rival Mike Huckabee, made the statement ..
(February 05, 2008)
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Giuliani Endorses McCain

Republican Rudy Giuliani gave in to the predictable inevitability of his flagging popularity and bowed out of the presidential race. He also endorsed John McCain, who is currently in the leading ..
(February 04, 2008)
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Hillary Losing Out

Hillary Clinton's popularity seems to be fast declining. With John Edwards out of the race, it was expected that it would be a fight to the finish of the democratic nomination between Clinton and ..
(February 03, 2008)
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Fred Thompson Retires From White House Race

Having faced a number of poor voting results in early campaigning rounds, former US Senator Fred Thompson has decided to withdraw from the presidential race on Tuesday. Thompson withdrew his ..
(January 30, 2008)
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McCain Starts Fundraising

The Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is trying to raise funds in a flurry, before going onto the Florida primary scheduled for January 29, 2008. He will require the money in order to ..
(January 30, 2008)
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Tom Coburn Endorses John McCain For President

"What we need in our country is somebody that has the courage and the will and the constancy to take on the status quo, " Coburn said. “We hear everybody talking about change, but there's only ..
(January 23, 2008)
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