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    Presidential Candidates Campaigning Until Election Day

    Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Florida hotly pursued by candidates By Mike O’Sullivan Los Angeles(RushPRnews)10/03/08-The major U.S. presidential candidates are making last-minute appeals in hotly contested states in advance of Tuesday’s election. As VOA’s Mike O’Sullivan reports, Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain are focusing on a handful of states that could determine the winner. Keep Reading…

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    Elections 2008- Americans Voting In Record Number

    By Ane Howard Washington,DC (RushPRnews)11/04/08– November 4, 2008 will be remembered as the day Americans decided to finally exercise their democratic right and vote.  With more than 28 million people in 34 of the 50 states and Americans living abroad voting early or by absentee ballot, whatever the outcome is tonight, be it the election… Keep Reading…

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    Obama First African-American President Makes History

    Obama Wins in Landslide VictoryBy Paul Hughes Chicago,IL(RushPRnews)11/04/08-Democrat Barack Obama soundly defeated Republican John McCain to become the 44th president of the United States on Tuesday in a historic election that sends the first African-American to the White House and ends a grueling campaign marked by come-from-behind crusades by each candidate, accusations of voter registration fraud… Keep Reading…

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    Congrats Obama: Sign the Global Message of Hope

    by Ricken Patel Obama’s win is a fresh start for US relations with the world. Let’s send a global message of hope and invitation to work together to the new President – it will be displayed on a giant wall in Washington DC: WASHINGTON,DC(RushPRnews)11/05/08-After 8 long years of Bush, Obama’s victory brings a chance for… Keep Reading…

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    President Bush Discusses Presidential Election of Barack Obama

    Rose Garden 10:20 A.M. EST Washington,DC(RushPRnews)11/05/08-Speaking in the Rose Garden at the White House Wednesday morning, Bush called Obama’s election a victory in the nation’s long civil rights struggle and extend his support and warm welcome to the White House. THE PRESIDENT: “Good morning. Last night, I had a warm conversation with President-elect Barack Obama…. Keep Reading…

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