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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • Why Feb. 5 looks super to Clinton

    The big news Tuesday was not merely that Hillary Rodham Clinton scored an unexpected comeback victory. Emerging from that win was something more durable: a road map that could guide the former first lady to the Democratic presidential nomination. The...
  • Obama, McCain sweep Potomac primaries

    Obama, McCain sweep Potomac primaries
    Barack Obama piled up three more commanding wins Tuesday -- in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia -- establishing the onetime underdog as the front-runner in the Democratic presidential race against Hillary Rodham Clinton. Obama stacked...
  • McCain surge puts Iraq war at fore

    The growing likelihood that Sen. John McCain will win the Republican presidential nomination has sparked renewed debate between the Democratic front-runners over the Iraq war -- and over who possesses the strongest credentials to challenge a war hero...
  • Democratic lawmakers will seek a phased withdrawal from Iraq

    WASHINGTON — Democrats poised to take control of Congress said Sunday that they would press to begin a phased U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq within four to six months, part of an agenda aimed at overhauling key aspects of U.S. policy in the...
  • They're Republican red, and true blue to Obama

    They're Republican red, and true blue to Obama
    Chatter bounces off the bare walls and checkered linoleum floor as Josh Pedaline and other Barack Obama supporters burn through their call sheets. A map of Delaware County splays across a tabletop. Another table is laden with cookies, pretzels and...
  • Gay marriage and the black vote

    At a Democratic presidential forum on gay issues last year, the Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart prefaced a question to Sen. Barack Obama this way: "Now, you and I both know that there's a homophobia problem in the black community." Capehart seemed...
  • Manhunt.net's gay Republican victim

    Two weeks ago, news emerged that the co-founder of the website Manhunt.net had contributed $2,300 to the presidential campaign of John McCain. Uproar ensued. Haven't heard of Manhunt? Unless you're a gay man, that's to be expected. It's one of the...
  • Race didn't decide the election

    Race is the most enduring cleavage in American politics. It divided the authors of the Constitution and fueled the Civil War; afterward, Southern Democrats invoked white supremacy to maintain a one-party system. The success of the civil rights movement...
  • The 'Bradley effect' myth

    Much has been said and written in recent weeks about the so-called Bradley effect, the supposed phenomenon of white voters who secretly harbor racist animosity toward black candidates but who are too embarrassed to admit that to pollsters and thus lie...
  • Obama must signal change for Latinos

    Obama must signal change for Latinos
    Latinos voted in record numbers in last week's presidential election and threw their support overwhelmingly behind Democrat Barack Obama. Nationwide, 67% cast ballots for Obama -- compared with the 44% who voted to reelect President Bush in 2004....
  • Your vote counts

    It's 7 p.m. Tuesday. You still haven't cast your vote. You've just learned from your television -- or your BlackBerry -- that the networks have announced that Barack Obama or John McCain is projected to win enough states to assure victory in the electoral...
  • The Latino vote is pro-Clinton, not anti-Obama

    The results of Tuesday's primaries brought a renewed and vigorous debate about the Latino vote and the "Latino gap" for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.). States such as California, Illinois, New York, Arizona and New Mexico have very large Latino electorates...