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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • 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...
  • Super Tuesday looks close for Democrats

    Barack Obama gained a burst of momentum from his landslide victory in the South Carolina primary on Saturday and an expected endorsement today from Democratic Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. But now, the Illinois senator faces a monumental contest that does not...
  • Florida becomes showdown state for GOP

    John McCain's victory in South Carolina puts the Arizona senator in a strong position to win the Republican presidential nomination -- but only if he can follow up with another win in Florida nine days from now. "This is a huge win for McCain," said...
  • Crist's gamble on McCain pays off, more dividends could come

    Gov. Charlie Crist took a gamble on Sen. John McCain that could pay off for some time to come. After helping McCain carry Florida's Republican presidential primary in a tight race Tuesday, there is speculation that Crist could serve a role in a McCain...
  • Focused beyond marriage

    The measure on the ballot was only 14 words long -- a simple statement that "only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California." But supporters of Proposition 8, in what political analysts said was an extremely effective...
  • Immigration push in the works

    The punishing battle over health care is still unresolved, but the Obama administration is quietly laying plans to take up another issue that could generate even more controversy and political division -- a major overhaul of the nation's immigration...
  • New faces of immigration

    On a recent afternoon, 15-year-old Marlon Parras stood on a stage in front of 3,000 people and talked about the hardships he and his 13-year-old sister, Emiely, have faced since their parents were deported to Guatemala. He wept as he spoke softly of...
  • Victory Lap? Obama on "Daily Show"

     
    I fell asleep during Barack Obama's half hour commercial last night - during the tour of the soccer mom's refrigerator, if you're interested in the precise spot where somnolence over took my pre-election addled soul. BUT...I did happen to......
  • Inauguration: Have we really crossed a racial divide?

     
    Perhaps it is understandable: With Martin Luther King day and the Inauguration of the nation's first black president overlaping, on back-to-back days, combined with ingrained media enthusiasm about a new, progressive, Democratic administration, the idea...
  • Notre Dame stage set for controversy

     
    by John McCormick and Manya A. Brachear SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- President Barack Obama and a bitter debate over morality will collide under the University of Notre Dame's iconic Golden Dome when he arrives here this afternoon for a highly......
  • Colin Powell: Racial profiling, anger, cool

     
    by Mark Silva Retired Army Gen. Colin Powell, who also once served as the chief diplomat for the United States, says Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. could have averted the famed confrontation with the Cambridge, Mass., Police Department at......