election 2012

Photos From Election Night 2012
Photos From Election Night 2012
The 2012 presidential election concluded on Nov. 6, and after clinching 303 electoral votes, President Barack Obama will return to the Oval Office for his second term. After one of the most heated battles in campaign history, President Obama delivered his victory speech in Chicago, Ill., saying, "Tonight you voted for action, not politics as usual ... I am looking forward to reaching out and
The Politics of Drinking: Does the Kind of Alcohol You Drink Predict Who You Will Vote For? [INFOGRAPHIC]
The Politics of Drinking: Does the Kind of Alcohol You Drink Predict Who You Will Vote For? [INFOGRAPHIC]
The 2012 Election is only a matter of hours away, which means only one thing - an end to all of those aggressive political ads! Well, that and the fact we'll be electing new leaders. Among the decisions we'll be voting on this season is one about who should be the next President of the United States. Whether you've already decided who is getting your vote or you're undecided  one study claims the
10 Forms of I.D. That Won’t Be Accepted on Election Day
10 Forms of I.D. That Won’t Be Accepted on Election Day
It's almost time to cast your vote for the 2012 presidential election, and in some states it's important that you present valid photo I.D. Otherwise you could be prevented from casting your vote, which would deprive you of performing your civic duty. Don't worry—we're here to help you! Here is a list of 10 forms of I.D. that won't be accepted on election day:
Election Day 2012
Election Day 2012
Need to register to vote in Minnesota, but missed the 20 day minimum registration window? The State of Minnesota allows voters to register at their polling place on Election Day. Learn what serves as proof of residency and how to register here.
The Final Debate
The Final Debate
Tonight in Boca Raton, Florida, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney sat down for their third and final debate before the upcoming election. Bob Schieffer of CBS News was the moderator. The debate's focus was foreign policy. Here are some noteworthy moments from the discussion: This time, like in the first debate, Obama wore a blue tie and Romney a red one...

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