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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • Democratic legislator slams Obama for failure to deliver on immigration reform, warns of Latino backlash at the polls

     
    Many Latinos are furious at President Obama for failing to deliver on promises to push immigration reform legislation and may stay away from the polls during this year's midterm elections if they don't see concrete progress, including legalization of...
  • Conservatives projected to win British election, but governing may elude; Brown's Labor Party lags

     
    Editor's Note: Because of the broad global interest in Thursday's British parliamentary elections The Ticket asked our colleague Craig Howie to wrap up the results for our politics readers around the world. Here it is: In Britain, they like nothing......
  • Can U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio attract Hispanic voters?

     
    By CHRISTINE ARMARIO Associated Press Writer MIAMI (AP) — At a boutique hotel in Miami's upscale Coral Gables neighborhood, members of a Republican women's group smile and gush as Senate candidate Marco Rubio enters the room. A Spanish-language televis....
  • Economy Among Issues Leading Veterans Away From McCain

    Economy Among Issues Leading Veterans Away From McCain
    The strategists plotting war hero John McCain's electoral route to the White House have always been confident that they could count on the likes of Kevin E. Creed. Creed, a Litchfield lawyer and former Connecticut state trooper, spent 17 years as an Army...
  • TV news: Cautiously gung-ho

    TV news: Cautiously gung-ho
    Reporting from New York -- CNN will use hologram technology to beam three-dimensional images of its field correspondents onto its Election Center set. NBC News will project a U.S. map on the Rockefeller Plaza ice skating rink, where the states will turn...
  • Democrats May Have Forged New Electoral Majority

    After President Bush's 2004 re-election, top strategist Karl Rove proclaimed the arrival of a permanent Republican majority. Just four years later, the results from Sen. Barack Obama's definitive victory suggest that, at least for now, the opposite may be...
  • Obama's victory ripples through Orlando-area churches

    Obama's victory ripples through Orlando-area churches
    Some pastors likened the election of Barack Obama to the ancient victory of biblical King David over Goliath. Others said these times more closely resembled those of Noah before the flood. Across Central Florida this weekend, religious leaders...
  • Barack Obama

  • Barack Obama, our next president

    Barack Obama won the presidency Tuesday, the first African-American to claim the highest office in the land, an improbable candidate fulfilling a once-impossible dream. A nation that in living memory struggled violently over racial equality will have...
  • Transcript: Live chat with Andrew Malcolm

    Administrator2: Folks, we're here with our own Andrew Malcolm of Top of the Ticket. Welcome Andrew! Administrator2: Do you folks have predictions for today's primary and the upcoming ones? Share them with Andrew! Administrator2: Let's get going! Andrew...
  • NRA's political clout is waning

    Eight years after a national debate over gun control helped keep Democrat Al Gore out of the White House, the National Rifle Assn. and its Republican allies are launching a new campaign to defeat Barack Obama. But this time, the issue that GOP...
  • Win puts McCain on top

    Win puts McCain on top
    John McCain won the Florida Republican primary on Tuesday in a contest that crowned him as the front- runner for his party's presidential nomination and quashed the White House bid of Rudolph W. Giuliani. Mitt Romney finished a disappointing second,...