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The 2008 United States presidential election in Florida took pl...

wikipedia - 09 Nov 2016
The 2008 United States presidential election in Florida took place on November 4, 2008 throughout all 50 states and D.C., which was part of the 2008 United States presidential election. Voters chose 27 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted for President and Vice President.
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Why the right to vote is not enshrined in the Constitution

Vox - 17 Sep 2018
Instead, these men placed power in the hands of the states, which is one reason the right to vote in the US has expanded and contracted over time with continuous battles over voter ID laws, literacy tests, poll taxes, and other measures designed to ...
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Under Trump administration, number of Mexican immigrants drop

Christian Science Monitor - 21 Sep 2018
New census figures show the number of Mexican immigrants living in the United States dropped more last year than at any point in the past decade, a plunge that came as the Trump administration took power and made the deportation of unauthorized ...
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Sen. John McCain's life in photographs

Casper Star-Tribune Online - 28 Aug 2018
Photo released Thursday February 24 2000, by the Vietnamese News Agency which is claimed to show the rescue 33 years ago of U.S. presidential candidate John McCain, center, from Hanoi's Truc Bach lake. McCain's navy ...
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Q&A with Congressional candidate Mike Levin

The San Diego Union-Tribune - 21 Sep 2018
Voters in the 49th Congressional District, which includes part of North County, Camp Pendleton and south Orange County, will choose a replacement for Darrell Issa, who decided not to seek re-election. ...
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How the US Supreme Court Lost Its Legitimacy

The Nation. - 17 Sep 2018
In every other presidential election (1992, 1996, 2000, 2008, 2012, and 2016), the Democratic candidate won more votes than the Republican candidate. And now, still another ...
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Is there a doctor in the House? Jennifer Zimmerman hopes so

The Northwest Florida Daily News - 09 Sep 2018
But Zimmerman closed down that practice last week and moved next door to a medical group so she can have more time to pursue her next endeavor — running for Congress in Florida's First Congressional District. On Aug. 28, Zimmerman won the ...
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Why Our History Is More Urgent Than Ever

New York Magazine - 19 Sep 2018
These Truths, the Harvard professor and New Yorker staff writer's latest vigorous offering, interrogates the American idea by splashing down in 1492 and ripping through to the election of Donald Trump over the course of 900-plus pages that wind up ...
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The Con in Foxconn Wisconsin

The American Prospect - 21 Sep 2018
Most of the attention has been on the proposed first North America–based LCD panel manufacturing plant, described by boosters as a state-of-the-art automated factory that will producing next-generation large-scale screens for TVs and other consumer ...
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Sen. John McCain to be buried near best friend at US Naval Academy

Arizona Daily Star - 27 Aug 2018
Photo released Thursday February 24 2000, by the Vietnamese News Agency which is claimed to show the rescue 33 years ago of U.S. presidential candidate John McCain, center, from Hanoi's Truc Bach lake. McCain's navy fighter was shot down over the ...
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Race Spotlight: Texas Senate – Cruz (R) vs. O'Rourke (D)

Election Central (blog) - 12 Sep 2018
Ted Cruz — Republican of Texas, former presidential candidate, Texas solicitor general, U.S. Supreme Court clerk, double Ivy League graduate — get positioned as the underdog in his first race for reelection? Not that he's really the underdog in this ...

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