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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....
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    Romney Takes Michigan Primary Mitt Romney wins the state where his father served as governor.    Tuesday’s Michigan Primary was critical for Romney, who had failed to win Iowa or New Hampshire. Romney claimed 39 percent of the vote. Senator John...
  • 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...
  • OBAMA ELECTED PRESIDENT

    OBAMA ELECTED PRESIDENT
    Barack Obama, the Illinois Democrat who built a campaign and a movement around the promise of change, won a resounding victory over Republican John McCain Tuesday night, becoming the first black president in U.S. history. Choosing a steady 47-year-old...
  • Obama cruises to victory in Maryland

    Democrat Barack Obama rolled to victory in Maryland yesterday by getting an overwhelming percentage of the African-American vote and running about even among whites, winning handily in the Baltimore area and suburban Washington, according to exit polling....
  • Anchors struggle to not call it a day for McCain

    By 10 p.m., the networks had finally given up the game of not calling the election for Democrat Barack Obama out of deference to West Coast voters. "It is looking as if it is getting more and more difficult - if not impossible - for John McCain to find a...
  • Under-30 crowd flocks to polls

    For months, young people have knocked on doors, made phone calls and given money to support Sen. Barack Obama. Yesterday, they finally had a chance to vote for him. "It's like cool to vote now. It's a fashion statement," said Lola Olakanye, 22, a...
  • Md. voters give OK to 15,000 slots

    Md. voters give OK to 15,000 slots
    Marylanders voted overwhelmingly yesterday to legalize slot-machine gambling in the state after a rancorous campaign, dealing Gov. Martin O'Malley a ballot-box success and settling a debate over which politicians had deadlocked for years. The...