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“The electio is over Obama won and now glen beck is the leading blood hound un raveling the story of Obama and Acorn and its subcitiaries all on the dole out of W#ashingtons money waste ..”
“Naomi had doubled the Alliance vote from the 2007 Assembly election, and indeed trebled it from the 2005 Westminster electio; I hope I shall not be accused of bias towards an old friend and former colleague when I describe it as a stunning result.”
“WASHINGTON -- The high-stakes debates over the Iraq war no longer play the politically determining role they did during the 2006 congressional electio...”
“The group has sent volunteers with newfangled technology into the Las vegas suburbs in a dry run for a larger get-out-the-vote drive for the 2012 presidential electio n.”
“- How can she say that the electio n process is not fair, when her husband won this same process 16 years ago?”
“It's a good thing he's not up for re-electio ncause many of us in NC would not be voting for him.”
“Missouri's GOP Governor not running for re-electio ...”
“After Mr. Steele took the helm of the RNC in early 2009, he helped the party committee raise $170 million — a record for a midterm congressional electio n cycle.”
“The most up-to-date figures we can muster in the race to replace Kirsten Gillibrand in Congress now has Democrat Scott Murphy leading by 83 votes over Assemblyman Jim Tedisco, state and county electio ...”
“Figuring to spend some of that famous political capital earned in his 2004 re-electio ...”
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