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2008 Presidential Campaign

Parent Category: US Presidents
The 2008 political race for the US presidency between Obama-Biden and McCain-Palin
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Political ideology is a consistent pattern of opinion on particular issues that stems from a basic underlying belief or beliefs. However, these are relatively sophisticated patterns of belief, and most citizens do not think about politics in such a consistent fashion. Only a minority-perhaps as few...
Scheduler schedules everything for someone. He is very similar to a  manager.
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Capehart is openly gay. He was one of the journalists on a panel in 2008 sponsored by the gay advocacy group Human Rights Campaign and the gay-interest cable channel LOGO. As such, he was able to grill the six Democratic candidates for president, and was reportedly the "breakout star" of the event....
Many reasons. . The majority of America was ready for a Black president. . Many people before had advanced the African American cause before him. This included steps such as banning slavery, the right to enfranchisement (vote), banning segregation, decriminalizing mixed-race marriages, and the...
In the 2008 presidential election, his slogan "yes we can" symbolized the belief that if Americans worked together and put forth the effort, great accomplishments would result. It was a hopeful and positive concept, at a time when Americans had become disillusioned by how badly the war in Iraq was...
Congress has the power to lay and collect taxes, they have the  power to declare war, and they have the power over the impeachment  process. Congress has several other powers.
For the first time, either a women or a black man would be on the  2008 ticket for the Democratic Party.
By the recognition of their citizens. (and by acceptance by other sovereign nations)   In the US, states originally acquired sovereignty as recognized under the Articles of Confederation (1777) and the Constitution (1781). Later states, beginning with Ohio, established their authority under the...
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Jerry Brown believes in the most typical democratic stand point short of socialism. he's very bipartisan in that he doesn't much believe in anything other than trading green (which is evidently now a resource) for jobs, and state where the money is dying, making money through prop 19, and raising...
From January to June of the election year
It is the mortages and power of a specific president of a country.
In the 2010 midterm elections, 527 groups were used by corporations and unions alike to play a role in the political process without close scrutiny or regulation.
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District or city council provide services that   are mostly focused on land use, urban and   community development. These services can   include local road and pipe networks (water   supply and sewage disposal), rubbish collection,   street lighting, public libraries, swimming pools ...
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Eric Cantor (R-VA) is the current House majority leader.
John McCain received 1,445,814 votes in Missouri, comparedto Barack Obama's 1,441,911 votes, winning the state's 11electoral votes .
In 2008, Barack Obama received a large number of endorsements, from both Democrats and moderate Republicans. Among the people who endorsed him were Nancy Pelosi, Gabrielle Giffords, Andrew Cuomo, Candace Gingrich, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Toni Morrison, Susan Eisenhower, Scott...
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The term 'majority government' is not generally used in the US. President Obama is a Democrat. Currently, the Republican Party holds a majority in the US House of Representatives, and the Democrats in the US Senate.
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    Yes, it has happened several time in history. For example, President Truman was inaugurated during WW2.
Because some races used to be not accepted by others and thepublic now want them to feel accepted so they support them
McCain wanted same-sex marriage to be left up to the states with no federal recognition. Obama opposed same-sex marriage on "religious grounds." Obama otherwise favored gay rights and McCain wanted no change in gay rights on the federal level.
Five parties nominated candidates for the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, the Republican Party, the Democratic Party, the Libertarian Party, the Green Party and the Constitution Party. In addition to their candidates, Ralph Nader ran as an Independent.
Some delegates are bound by a primary election or caucus. Some delegates are not bound by primary results but are free to vote as they see fit. Some delegates are bound to a candidate only on the first ballot. The relative percentage of each type of delegate varies with the states and with rules of...
This will vary from election to election: some elections motivate voters more than others. In the 2008 election, turnout was strong: President Obama won the state with 1,894,067 votes to John McCain's 1,105,908.
Your voting times are determined by your state. Your voting place is determined by your county (or parish or independent city).
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He became the first nonwhite President. To many, there were other more significant reasons, including the removal of an administration and political party that had failed the American people. The significance was not just about the color of the newly elected president's skin. This was another good...
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There is really no such thing as a "Magic Negro." Conservative Republican talk show host Rush Limbaugh broadcast a parody song on his radio show, making fun of President Obama, and the song was called "Barack the Magic Negro." Limbaugh was being sarcastic, saying that the president's supporters act...
6, unchanged. The state's population increased by 122,639 or 4.3 percent to 2,967,297 in 2010.
The Commission on Presidential Debates, a nonprofit, nonpartisan corporation.
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They diverge, as in they spread out in straight lines as opposed to coming together like in a magnifying (convex) lens.
barack obama won the last debate
When voters go to the polls in November they are really voting for the electors of there state. Which ever party has the majority vote, then that party's electors get the vote for that certain state. and then those electors then vote for the president.   This is all due to the Electoral College.
Like most southern states, they voted almost exclusively for the Democratic Party for the first 100 years after the U. S. Civil War, and, like most southern states, they have voted mostly for the Republican Party for the past 50 years.
  Nothing as far as the government is concerned. It's up to the party to promote the v.p. nominee or find a new nominee. If the ballots are printed that's an issue governed by the laws of the individual states. If the states grant the power to the electoral college, then even if the guy AND...
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The United States is a government of enumerated powers. Congress, and the other two branches of the federal government, can only exercise those powers given in the Constitution.The powers of Congress are enumerated in several places in the Constitution. The most important listing of congressional...
Thursday October 2nd, 2008   Began at 9:00 Eastern time, ran until 10:30 PM.   Washington University, St. Louis MO   Source: Commision on Presidential Debates, http://www.debates.org/pages/news_111907.html
Yes, in 2008, a wide range of people from many occupations contributed to both Barack Obama and John McCain's campaigns. According to the website at the Center for Responsive Politics, Mr. McCain received large ($9,000 to $10,000 or more) donations from farmers, businessmen and women, and retirees;...
He received 69,498,516 votes, or 53% of the popular vote.
of course, they are still American citizens. they can vote for themselves or others. why wouldn't they vote? they want as many votes towards them as they can get. :)
  This depends upon the voting laws of each state. In general though, the local election board or commission will have forms a voter can complete to request an absentee ballot. That absentee ballot is sent to the address requested by the voter. The absentee ballot is filled in by the voter and...
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  == Answer ==   Assuming you mean in the US, no election has been called yet so there are no official candidates from either party. There are candidates to become candidates, in both parties. Hilary Clinton and Barak Obama are the two frontrunners for the Democrats.
Oprah has refused to have any of the Presidential candidates on until after the election. Contrary to vague claims made by Republican ghost-writers, Obama hasn't been on Oprah since 2006 before he declared himself as a candidate for President. Oprah does vigorously support Obama, but she hasn't even...
In 2008, Barack Obama received 66,882,230, or 53% of the popular vote.
Democratic Partycandidate Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election defeatingRepublican Party candidate John McCain. In the 2008presidential election Barack Obama received 365 electoral votes andJohn McCain received 173 electoral votes. The popular vote totalswere Obama 69,297,997 and McCain...
Yes, even if they are false. In the 2004 election, a new type of negative campaign ad called swiftboating (based on the Republican front organization that bought and paid for the ads Swift Boat Veterans for Truth) was used against John Kerry. Kerry went from having a lead in the summer polls to even...
== Opinions ==   All politicians lie or exaggerate at some point when it is politically expedient for them to do so, and when they feel that embellishing an issue can benefit themselves or teir campaign.   == Lies ==   === ===   == ==   Also see Related Questions.   Keith...
An election involves a number of factors-- not just having the right advisors and the best campaign staff, but understanding the mood of the voters. Thus, Barack Obama won in 2008 because his campaign understood what was on the mind of average Americans. One important factor that year was the...
Presidential debates can influence the decisions made by voters in Presidential elections. Even though in most elections, there is a lot of party loyalty, and many voters are determined to vote for the candidate of their own party, almost regardless of anything else they may learn about that person,...
  As of 0800CDT Nov. 4, 2008, Obama leads by 9%, with a 4.01% error margin.
(apex)A. they were not interested in voting   B. they were not ready for new technology   C. they were more unified than ever before   D. they were divided on many issues
  The US Presidential election is going exactly like the press and the public like it to be. It is a horse race to the finish line and can only be compared to a steeplechase with the final hurdles remaining.
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A candidate can win the state if he/she wins the electoral votes for the state. The famous case with Al Gore was that he won the popular vote in some states and not in others, which resulted in his not getting the majority of electoral votes overall.
The number ofelectoral votes for each state is equal to the sum of its number ofSenators and its number of Representatives in the U.S. House ofRepresentatives. Based on the 2000 Census, there were 7 members ofthe U.S. House of Representatives from Louisiana in 2008.Therefore, Louisiana had 9...