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How Many States Are There Now, Sen. Obama?

I went to Hillary’s website to leave a message of condolence for Stephanie Tubbs Jones’ family.

I thought I’d look around on Hill’s site a bit, as I hadn’t been there for a while, thinking I’d see what streamers and deflated balloons were still hangin’ around. 856 more words

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Delegate Hijack = Party Unity Path? (Ickes Video)

On May 31, 2008, and a stormy day in DC by all measures, Harold Ickes mounted an impassioned defense of Senator Clinton’s position at the DNC RBC Meeting. 392 more words

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Florida and Michigan Fiasco

Okay, admittedly this is the first election that I've ever followed intently and I still have a whole lot to learn but as I understand it two states decided they weren't influential enough in the primaries and decided to budge to near the front of the line and cast their ballots first. 205 more words

Hillary in Boca: The Voters Rule (video)

May 21, 2008

Boca Raton, FL

Hillary Champions The Will of the People

(Full text, with intros abridged.)

“Now, this year’s presidential election is like none other in history. 2,820 more words

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"It's About the Will of the People"

Boca Raton, FL —

Today, May 21, 2008, Sen. Hillary Clinton gave an in-depth, major speech focused on voters’ rights, voicing her conviction that “it’s about the will of the people.” Clinton made powerful points about the Florida and Michigan primary votes cast, her first job as a voting rights activist, voter history and rights, voter fraud and disenfranchisement, the importance of Florida in the general election (past and present), and her ideas about passing a Voting Rights Bill. 24 more words

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Act Now: Sign Hillary's Petition to DNC, Pass It On!

Immediate Action: Sign Hillary’s petition to the DNC to seat FL and MI delegates. Time and quantity of signatures are of the essence.

COUNT THE VOTES OF THE VOTING VOTERS TO REFLECT HOW THEY VOTED! 13 more words

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Nuclear nightmare scenario: Guam determines nominee

It could happen.

The votes were close in IN and not so close in NC. But we all know why this is. Indiana was an open primary. 545 more words

Presidential Election 2008