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  • Obama's a capitalist says top socialist

     
    by Frank James Brian Moore knows socialists. Socialists are friends of his. And he says that Sen. Barack Obama is no socialist. And Moore should know since he's the Socialist Party candidate for president. Moore was on C-Span's Washington Journal......
  • Jeremiah Wright: Obama attack-ad fodder

     
    by Mark Silva ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- John McCain's campaign may have refrained from playing the Rev. Jeremiah Wright against Barack Obama in election campaign ads. But that hasn't stopped an independent group, the National Republican Trust PAC, from airing...
  • Obama heads to Indy after voting

     
    by John McCormick CHICAGO -- As Sen. Barack Obama boarded his campaign plane at Midway Airport this morning for a short flight to Indianapolis, he told reporters on the tarmac that he is feeling good, but may get sentimental tonight.......
  • Barack Obama votes for a president

     
    by Mark Silva and updated. CHICAGO -- We think we know how this voter voted today. The morning vote of Barack Obama in his Southside Chicago neighborhood capped a campaign that started 21 months ago for the junior senator from......
  • Illinois: Playing in Peoria

     
    Illinois, like NY, is not exactly a sharply contested state. But here's a voter in Peoria: "It took me 50 minutes from the time I got in line at 7 am to vote. About 10 or 15 people were outside......
  • Dixville Notch: Obama 15, McCain 6

     
    by Mark Silva The first votes of the long-awaited 2008 presidential election have been counted, from the first Election Day polls to open. In Dixville Notch, N.H. It's Barack Obama 15, John McCain 6. We guarantee you: That margin......
  • McCain's Colorado calls: 'A difference'

     
    by Rick Pearson Supporters of Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain were getting an 11th-hour pitch to call Colorado households on his behalf. An e-mail to supporters contained the names and phone numbers of 10 Colorado voters, along with a.......
  • Hillary Clinton: 'Extraordinary day'

     
    by Mark Silva CHICAGO -- One year ago today, Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York was the widely favored Democratic candidate for president. Today, at Griffin Elementary school in Chappaqua, N.Y., Clinton cast her presidential ballot for Sen. Barack Obama.......
  • Obama closes with 'Fired up, Ready to go'

     
    By John McCormick MANASSAS, Va. - On the eve of the presidential election, Sen. Barack Obama reached back to the roots of his campaign to tell an inspirational story that had long ago fallen from his routine. The story is......
  • Watching, watching: SC, Indiana, Florida

     
    CNN has given SC as expected to McCain, though he currently trails in early returns. In Indiana, McCain leads 51-49. Obama is now overperforming in Indianapolis, winning bellwether Vigo County on the Illinois border. And nothing is meaningful until the......
  • 'Rednecks for Obama' sign of times

     
    President-elect Barack Obama in Union, Mo., Wednesday, July 30, 2008. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) by Frank James I haven't had a chance to read as much of the day-after election coverage as I would've liked since I was traveling......