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Special Report: Election 2012

Stand By Your Man

What effect do presidential wives have on voters?

Special Report: Election 2012

Third party candidates: A long shot worth taking?

Who are the third party candidates and how do you not know about them if they are running for president of the United States?

Special Report: Election 2012

Colia Clark, Green Party candidate for Senate, Strives for Change

Colia Clark is running on what she calls “a freedom agenda for the 21st century” founded on “educating, organizing, rabble-rousing.”

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Hydrofracking Becomes Issue in State Senate Race

Protecting the environment is at the core of Wagner’s campaign

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A Warzone of Harassing Comments

“I was told, basically, that I was stupid and that I just believed what religion shoved down my throat.”

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Harnessing the Youth Vote in 2012

About 17 million young adults are eligible to vote for the first time in the presidential election.

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A group of New Yorkers canvas in Philadelphia

At 8:25 a.m., the volunteers left The Goodwin, stopped at the Obama for America headquarters uptown to cram empty seats with more volunteers, and then headed off.

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Black Voters Face Pressure from Voting Restrictions and from One Another

Some African-American voters feel they are under pressure in the Nov. 6 elections to vote for Barack Obama.

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Chappaqua’s most famous residents: the Clintons

Bill and Hillary Clinton had transformed Chappaqua into Bill-and-Hill-Ville.

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Chinese-American voters support Obama

Orla Lin, whose daily responsibilities include helping her mostly Chinese-American customers get their medications, said she planned to vote for President Obama because he had a more diplomatic approach with regard to U.S-China relations.