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Seniors show their support of Obamacare

A small coalition of seniors and community group members rallied in Manhattan’s Garment District in opposition to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s plans to repeal Obamacare.

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First 2012 Presidential Debate

Live blog of the first presidential debate by the staff of Pavement Pieces. Editors: Alex Jung. Courtney Pence, Alaia Howell.
Reporters: Jordyn Taylor, Breana Jones, Gabrielle Wright, Timothy Weisberg, Sarah Fournier,Daniella Silva, Alyana Alfaro, Mary Zarikos, Jia Guo, Alex Reali, Natalie Triplett

Still Occupying: Discontent with Obama fills OWS
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Still Occupying: Discontent with Obama fills OWS

Ahead of the November presidential elections, protestors gathered for a day of action Monday morning in Manhattan’s Financial District in an attempt to re-energize a movement that has flagged since the spring and voice their discontent with an Obama administration that has done little to deliver on the promise of his 2008 campaign. “From a conservative point of view, people […]

GOP Primary: Romney sweeps
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GOP Primary: Romney sweeps

Former Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney has won all five states up for grabs in today’s primary elections.

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GOP Primary: “DREAMers” mobilize Latino vote

Latinos launched “Su Voz, Mi Voto” campaign to get voters to the polls.

GOP Primary: Upstate NY Republicans just want to beat Obama
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GOP Primary: Upstate NY Republicans just want to beat Obama

Turnout for the all-but-over primary was low, Republican residents said, come November, they’ll all be at the ballots, to make sure anyone, but Obama wins.

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GOP Primary: New Haven Independent voters mull their choices

New Haven Independents discuss the candidates on Primary Day

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GOP Primary: Bay Ridge Republicans vote

A small, but dedicated group of Republicans head to the polls to vote for Romney.