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Majority of Americans Would Prefer a Five-Week Presidential Campaign

A Gallup poll out this week found that most Americans think the presidential campaign season is too long. It officially gets started a year before election day, although coverage and speculation starts way before that

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Rate Of New Voters Way Up In Massachusetts

Massachusetts has added more than 200,000 new voters to the state rolls since February, reflecting the interest in this year's presidential and senate races.

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John Kerry Predicts Close Presidential Contest On Tuesday

It could be a long election night for both Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama. 

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Will Hurricane Sandy Change the 2012 Presidential Election? [POLL]

Let's look at some of the ways Hurricane Sandy may alter the election, next week.

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Should Hurricane Sandy Postpone The Election?

There have been a few articles today about whether or not we should postpone Election Day. One week from today we are scheduled to head to the polls to vote for President and other offices as well as referendum questions.

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Hurricane Sandy Puts Political Scene On Hold

Just a week away from the 2012 election, and the candidates had to take a day off to try and gather all the damage done by hurricane Sandy.

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Could The Electoral College Pick A Split Presidency?

Back when our framers were scared of 'majoritarianism.' The Electoral College makes certain that each and every state participates in the electoral system.

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Would You Vote For a Third Party Candidate In The 2012 Presidential Election? [POLL]

So, you don't like the conventional choices for President, but you still want to vote.

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If The Presidential Election Were Tomorrow, Who Would You Vote For?

First debates matter most! Second and third debates, perhaps, but to a lesser degree.

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Vice President Joe Biden Calls Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan ‘Etch-A-Sketchy’

As we are approaching the crucial third presidential debate, Barack Obama's running mate, Joe Biden, is doing what he can to help the president's campaign.

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