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Whites Lift McCain To Slim Lead Over Obama In Poll

Posted: 09/13/2008 - An overwhelming advantage in experience and lopsided support from working-class and suburban whites have lifted Republican John McCain to a slender lead over Barack Obama less than two months from Election Day, a poll on the presidential race said Friday.

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Alaska Lawmakers Vote To Subpoena Todd Palin

Posted: 09/13/2008 - The abuse of power investigation against Sarah Palin, Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate, took a potentially ominous turn for her party on Friday when state lawmakers voted to subpoena her husband.

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Obama Shifting Resources To North Carolina From Georgia

Updated: 09/10/2008 - Democrat Barack Obama's campaign has pulled ads running in Georgia and shifted some of its paid campaign staff from Georgia to North Carolina while contending that it's not surrendering Georgia to Republican John McCain.

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N.C. House Sessions May Be Live On TV

Posted: 09/08/2008 - The North Carolina House is interested in letting voters see what they do every day without having to show up in person.

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Perdue & McCrory Set To Debate

Posted: 09/08/2008 - Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory and Lt. Gov. Beverly Perdue are returning to television for another debate, eight weeks before voters choose North Carolina's next governor.

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Is McCain Battling Obama And The Republican Party?

Updated: 09/07/2008 - Barack Obama isn't John McCain's only opponent. Sometimes McCain sounds like he's running almost as hard against President Bush and the Republican Party as he is against Obama.

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Obama Revisiting His Tax Plans

Updated: 09/07/2008 - Democrat Barack Obama says he would delay rescinding President Bush's tax cuts on wealthy Americans if he becomes the next president and the economy is in a recession

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Biden Looking Forward To VP Debate

Posted: 09/07/2008 - Democrat Joe Biden says he's debated "an awful lot of tough, smart women" throughout his career and that next month's vice presidential debate with Republican Sarah Palin will be no exception.

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Is It McCain/Palin Or Palin/McCain?

Posted: 09/07/2008 - The banners, buttons and signs say McCain-Palin, but the crowds say something else. "Real change with a real woman," read one sign at a Wisconsin rally. "Hurricane Sarah leaves liberals spinning," cried another.

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Obama Hits McCain On Social Security

Posted: 09/07/2008 - Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama criticized Republican John McCain's approach to Social Security on Saturday, saying it would undermine the government program aimed mainly at retirees. McCain said he would preserve Social Security.

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Palin: More And Less Than She Seems

Posted: 09/07/2008 - The mother kneels in the snow, cheerfully posing beside her bundled up daughter, behind the bloody, dead caribou the mom just shot.

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Government Will Stabilize Fannie, Freddie

Posted: 09/07/2008 - A top House Democrat confirmed Saturday that the government is planning to intervene to stabilize troubled mortgage finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Hillary Clinton On Campaign Trail; Dodging Palin Questions

Updated: 09/07/2008 - Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton marched for labor and stumped with Democrats on Saturday, but sidestepped questions about the woman who has taken her place as the nation's most-talked-about female leader.

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Democrats Winning Voter Registration Battle

Posted: 09/06/2008 - The epic nomination battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton helped put millions more Democrats on the voter rolls while Republican registration declined.

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Dole Stops By NC Operations Center

Posted: 09/05/2008 - Sen. Elizabeth Dole says officials have great things to say about North Carolina's emergency response to storms like Tropical Storm Hanna.

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