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Special Report: Election 2012

Chappaqua’s most famous residents: the Clintons

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

Special Report: Election 2012

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.

Special Report: Election 2012

West Africans views of the 2012 U.S. presidential election

In the upcoming elections, many Africans are concerned with issues that interest other minority groups, and the wider electorate: immigration reform, tax breaks for small business owners and development aid to Africa.

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Key voter demographic: homeowners facing foreclosure

And within Nevada, no place was hit harder than Las Vegas. According to the federal housing finance agency, home values in the Las Vegas area are down 60% over the past 5 years

Special Report: Election 2012

Carbon neutral cupcakes for Obama

LoBuglio teamed up with philanthropist Arden Wohl for the grassroots Cupcakes for Obama fundraiser on October 23rd at the Prince Street Café.

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Saturdays for Obama

From spring until the election, Evelyn Polk was out at that table every single weekend, only missing two Saturdays; one in early October, due to a cold, and the last Saturday before the election, due to Hurricane Sandy.

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For Politico blogger Alex Burns covering the presidential campaign is science

After graduation, the Bronx native started working at Politico during the 2008 general election and has been blogging for the website since 2011.

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Brooklyn Tea Party President Runs for NY State Assembly

If Obama gets reelected Joseph Hayon is convinced there will be another four years of what he sees as the destruction of America.

Special Report: Election 2012

Upcoming Election Provokes Anxiety for Trans Voters

A recent study released warned of potential disenfranchisement that could occur for at least 25,000 transgender voters in states with strict photo identification requirements.

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Student’s choice: where one votes matters

Of the 12.9 million full-time students pursuing secondary degrees, the Department of Education estimates that approximately 13.7 percent, or about 1.8 million students, attend schools outside their home states.