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BBC News - US Election #election2012 #bbcnews #uselection

   

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Candidates - 2012 Election Center - Elections & Politics from CNN.com. #cnn #election2012

   

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Electing the new U.S. 'CEO', CNN's Maggie Lake compares Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's business resumes. #election2012 #cnn #politics

   

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Best moments from presidential debates, CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on some of the top presidential debate moments in U.S. history. #election2012 #electionhistory #CNN

   

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Supreme Court health care ruling's silver lining for conservatives, The Washington Post's Ezra Klein on what the ruling means for the bigger battle conservatives are fighting. #election2012 #politics #law

   

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Romney's fundraising haul signals the end of cash advantage - #election2012

   

Video Image Who are independent voters?, A majority of...

Who are independent voters?, A majority of voters who call themselves "independents" really align with one of the two major political parties, according to a new poll from The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation. #politics #election2012

   

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Some debate questions for Obama and Romney to lob at each other - The Washington Post. #election2012 #politics #debates

   

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Bill Clinton’s defense of Obama’s new welfare rules - The Washington Post. “When some Republican governors asked if they could have waivers to try new ways to put people on welfare back to work, the Obama administration listened because we all know it’s hard for even people with good work histories to get jobs today. So moving folks from welfare to work is a real challenge. Former President Bill Clinton, at the Democratic National Convention, Sept. 5, 2012 #Election2012 #billclinton

   

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'I like being able to fire people': What did Romney really mean. The Fact Checker, Glenn Kessler, provides context for a so-called gaffe by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. #election2012 #politics

   

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Mitt Romney's tax rate as DNC fodder, The Washington Post's resident fact checker Glenn Kessler looks at Sen. Harry Reid's (D-Nev.) claims that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney pays less in taxes that middle-class Americans. #election2012

   

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Health care's $6,400 question -- Fast Fact Check - The Washington Post's resident fact checker Glenn Kessler looks at Vice President Joe Biden's claims that Paul Ryan's health care plan would cost seniors an additional $6,400. #election2012

   

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Presidential Election Map 2012 - The Washington Post #election2012 #electionmap

   

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Obama's medicare cuts: Fast Fact Check - The Washington Post's Fact Checker, Glenn Kessler, takes a look at the GOP claim that President Obama cut $700 billion from Medicare. But there is a lot less to that fact than it appears. #election2012 #politics

   

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Obama's work requirements for welfare: Fast Fact Check - Find out how many Pinocchios Rick Santorum gets after hammering President Obama on welfare. Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post's Fact Checker, tells the truth about claims Obama work requirements for welfare recipients. #election2012

   

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Bill Clinton's savings breakdown -- Fast Fact Check - The Washington Post's fact checker, Glenn Kessler, looks at whether Bill Clinton should have done his own number crunching when it comes to how much President Obama's budget will cut spending. #election2012 #politics

   

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Antonio Villaraigosa on the Latino vote - Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, one of the few Democrats at the Republican National Convention, speaks with Chris Cillizza on the Latino vote and the partisanship in Washington. #election2012 #politics

   

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Michelle Obama Democratic National Convention speech preview - #michelleobama #election2012

   

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#2012unfiltered: Instagram on the campaign trail - The Washington Post #election2012 Workers remove an oversize flag following a speech by President Obama in Columbus, Ohio. Nikki Kahn / The Washington Post

   

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Obama and Romney on the campaign trail - The Washington Post #election2012 Sept. 27, 2012 President Obama waves goodbye to the 7,000 people that came to see him at a campaign event in Virginia Beach. Marvin Joseph / The Washington Post

   

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Study Troubles. Start the countdown. On July 1st, exactly 1 month from now, student loan interest rates are going to double, costing some students an estimated $1,000 more a year. Now before we start preparing for the student loan zombie apocalypse, there is a good chance Congress will be able to keep the rates low (put down that bat, step away from the “break glass in case of emergency.” Okay? Okay). Luckily, there are also a few ways you can take matters into your own hands. #election2012

   

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Foreign Policy. Ever since the Declaration of Independence was signed, Americans have been debating interventionist vs. isolationist principles. Should we be like G-Unit and band together with other powers to get involved in other people’s beef (interventionist), or go the route of pre-Beyonce Jay-Z and just look out for ourselves (isolationist)? By the late 1930s, isolationist principles were all the rage. #foreignpolicy #election2012

   

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President #Obama, the nation's 44th president, is seeking a second term in office. The Democrat's rise to power was historic, making him the first African-American president. In 2008, he defeated Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton's powerful primary campaign and surged ahead of Republican Sen. John McCain in the general election. Obama graduated from Columbia University in 1983 and later became a community organizer in Chicago. He attended Harvard Law School in 1991. #election2012

   

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Jill-stein. Jill Stein is the frontrunner for the Green Party nomination. Her platform focuses on revitalizing the economy by creating a green economy. She calls it, “The Green New Deal.” #election2012

   

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Gary Johnson. Six days before the Iowa caucuses, the former New Mexico governor announced that he was ending his bid for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination and would instead pursue the top of the Libertarian Party's 2012 White House ticket. Johnson's move comes after his bid for the GOP nod failed to catch on in New Hampshire, the home of the first-in-the-nation primary on which Johnson had focused his campaign's efforts. #election2012

   

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Ron Paul. With his 2012 White House bid, Rep. Ron Paul is hoping the third time is the charm. The Texas Republican previously ran for president in 1988 as the Libertarian Party candidate and again in 2008, when he sought the GOP nomination. Though unsuccessful, Paul's 2008 bid galvanized a group of loyal, fiscally conservative, libertarian-minded supporters who strongly supported the outspoken lawmaker and donated millions to his campaign. #election2012

   

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Vice-Presidential Debate Moments - Elections 2012 - Sam Tanenhaus, editor of the Book Review, talks about some of the most memorable vice-presidential debate moments of the televised era. #election2012 #knowledgetv #politicstv #uspolitics

   

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Election 2012: Teaching Ideas and Resources | Here are some suggestions for teaching and learning about the 2012 election season, followed by selected New York Times features and Learning Network lesson plans. Bookmark this page: we’ll be adding activity ideas and resources as the march to the White House proceeds, and will link from here to all the election resources we publish. #education #election2012

   

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Election Unit: Candidate Research Lessons | It’s Election Week on the Learning Network, and we’ll be posting a new section of our flexible Election Unit each day. On Monday we provided an overview for how the unit works, including the guiding theme, goals, essential questions, projects and Common Core standards addressed. Below, our first “mini-unit” focused on the question: Who are the candidates? #education #election2012

   

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Romney Loves Big Bird but Not PBS - Presidential Debate - Elections 2012 - Romney on Funding and Big Bird. In discussing programs he would eliminate, Mitt Romney says he would end subsidies for PBS, despite saying he loved Big Bird. #election2012 #knowledgetv #politicstv

   

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Electoral College 101 - OpDocs - In the latest episode of the Op-Docs series "Electoral Dysfunction," the political humorist Mo Rocca consults a third-grade class on the fairness of the Electoral College. #education #learn #election2012 #knowledgetv #politicstv #politics #uspolitics

   

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Dodd-Frank will test both Romney and Obama – October 08, 2012, By Roy C. Smith, Kenneth G. Langone Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance and Professor of Management Practice. Mitt Romney’s appointment of deficit hawk Paul Ryan as his running mate was intended to shift the main debate to economic issues where the parties are sharply divided. #election2012

   

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First Lady Michelle Obama's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention - Full Speech - First Lady Michelle Obama's remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. #election2012 #politics #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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Mayor Julián Castro gives the keynote address at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Mayor Julián Castro gives the keynote address at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. #politics #election2012 #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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President Bill Clinton's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention - Full Speech - President Bill Clinton's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention - Full Speech #election2012 #politics #billclinton #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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Vice President Joe Biden's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention - Full Speech - Vice President Joe Biden's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention - Full Speech #election2012 #politics #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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President Barack Obama's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention- #obama #election2012 #politics #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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Catholic politicians weigh faith and law - Father Thomas Reese on Catholic VP candidates Joe Biden and Paul Ryan, and how they weigh faith and split on abortion. #election2012

   

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Why Big Data Falls Short of Its Political Promise | Big Data. The very syntax of it is so damn imposing. It promises such relentless accuracy. It inspires so much trust –- a cohering framework in a time of chaos. Big Data is all the buzz in consumer marketing. And the pundits are jabbering about 2012 as the year of Big Data in politics, much as social media itself was the dizzying buzz in 2008. #election2012

   

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Complete Second Presidential Town Hall Debate 2012: Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney - Oct 16, 2012 - The second presidential town hall debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in the run up to the general election in November. #election2012 #debate #uspolitics #politics #knowledgetv #politicstv

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Complete Second Presidential Town Hall Debate 2012: Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney - Oct 16, 2012 - The second presidential town hall debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in the run up to the general election in November. #election2012 #debate

   

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Complete Second Presidential Town Hall Debate 2012: Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney - Oct 16, 2012 - The second presidential town hall debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in the run up to the general election in November. #election2012 #debate

   

Video Image Electoral College 101 - OpDocs - In the...

Electoral College 101 - OpDocs - In the latest episode of the Op-Docs series "Electoral Dysfunction," the political humorist Mo Rocca consults a third-grade class on the fairness of the Electoral College. #education #learn #election2012

   

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Romney Loves Big Bird but Not PBS - Presidential Debate - Elections 2012 - Romney on Funding and Big Bird. In discussing programs he would eliminate, Mitt Romney says he would end subsidies for PBS, despite saying he loved Big Bird. #election2012

   

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Election Unit: Candidate Research Lessons | It’s Election Week on the Learning Network, and we’ll be posting a new section of our flexible Election Unit each day. On Monday we provided an overview for how the unit works, including the guiding theme, goals, essential questions, projects and Common Core standards addressed. Below, our first “mini-unit” focused on the question: Who are the candidates? #education #election2012

   

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Election 2012: Teaching Ideas and Resources | Here are some suggestions for teaching and learning about the 2012 election season, followed by selected New York Times features and Learning Network lesson plans. Bookmark this page: we’ll be adding activity ideas and resources as the march to the White House proceeds, and will link from here to all the election resources we publish. #education #election2012

   

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Vice-Presidential Debate Moments - Elections 2012 - Sam Tanenhaus, editor of the Book Review, talks about some of the most memorable vice-presidential debate moments of the televised era. #election2012

   

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Election 2012: 25 Days and Counting | Institute of Politics - Jonathan Alter, Bloomberg View lead columnist and Newsweek columnist and senior editor; Carlos Diaz, Harvard lecturer on government and Allston Burr Resident Dean of Dunster House; Nina Easton, Fortune magazine senior editor and Washington columnist; and Mark McKinnon, former chief media advisor to President George W. Bush discuss the 2012 U.S. presidential race. #election2012 #debates

   

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Super PAC App - With "Super PAC" funded political advertisements flooding the airwaves across the country, HKS alum Jennifer Hollett MC/MPA '12 came up with a novel idea to promote transparency: an iPhone app. #election2012

   

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LIVE Third Presidential Debate - watch the presidential debate between President Obama and Governor Romney - #Election2012 #Debate2012 #Debate

   

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United States presidential election debates - During presidential elections in the United States, it has become customary for the main candidates (almost always the candidates of the two largest parties, currently the Democratic Party and the Republican Party) to engage in a debate. The topics discussed in the debate are often the most controversial issues of the time, and arguably elections have been nearly decided by these debates ( First, 1960, Nixon vs. Kennedy). #debate2012 #election2012

   

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Campaign Explorer - 2012 Election Center - Elections & Politics While the whole nation votes, the Obama and Romney campaigns are concentrating on specific states during the presidential race. The campaigns have mostly put up ads in battleground states (think Ohio or Florida). They also happen to be the places where the candidates travel the most. However, the campaigns are raising money elsewhere (think California or New York). #election2012 #debate2012

   

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Third Presidential Debate - 2012 Election Center - #Elections & #Politics You are watching the Third Presidential Debate live on #CNN #Election2012

   

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Glossary: US elections | What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid? What are blue dogs and red states? These are just a few of the many well-used but often misunderstood terms in US politics. #election2012 #politics #debates2012

   

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Five things you need to know about the US election | By Tom Geoghegan | Five: 1. There's one big issue, 2. Only a few states matter, 3. The electorate is changing, 4. It's not just about the US, 5. Whoever wins, expect more gridlock | Key issues, Economy Government ethics, Taxes, Healthcare, Energy policy, Education, Social Security, Immigration, National security. #election2012

   

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Here's Everything You Need To Know About The Foreign Policy Plans Of Barack Obama And Mitt Romney | While the economy and jobs remain the bread-and-butter issues of the 2012 presidential race, tonight's final debate will focus on topics that remain important to voters deciding on who will be their commander-in-chief for the next four years: Namely, how the candidates see the role of the United States on the global stage. #election2012 #debate

   

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Why Are Elections On Tuesdays? : It's All Politics | The story starts all the way back with the Founding Fathers. "The Constitutional Convention just met for a very brief time during the summer of 1787," Senate Historian Don Ritchie says. "By the time they got finished they were exhausted and they hadn't made up their minds on a lot of things." They were pooped. So they left the question of when federal elections should be held undecided. #election2012 #politics

   

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What the Undecided Voters Are Thinking | A canvasser for the Obama campaign reflects on the swing-state voters, especially women, who still haven't made up their minds. #election2012

   

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Voting philosophy: What is the point of asking what the point of voting is? | KERRY HOWLEY takes up the ongoing defence of the proposition that there's no point in voting in a fashion that I find as unconvincing as any I've read so far. Her case has two parts. The first is the familiar point that since elections are essentially never decided by less than thousands of votes, there is virtually no chance that your #vote will decide the election. #Politics #election2012 #debates

   

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The electoral college | The electoral college is a relic of the 18th century that gives disproportionate weight to voters in smaller states and focuses attention on a dozen "swing" ones. A videographic explains how it works. #Election2012 #USPolitics

   

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A Vote for a President to Lead on Climate Change | By Michael Bloomberg. The devastation that #Hurricane #Sandy brought to New York City and much of the Northeast -- in lost lives, lost homes and lost business -- brought the stakes of Tuesday’s presidential election into sharp relief. #NYC #Election2012 #Environment

   

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Know Your Ballot: How to Vote On 2012 Propositions #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Barack Obama: Yes We Can | #Barack #Obama speaks in Nashua, New Hampshire on the night of the primary. #Election2012 #Politics #education #Speeches #knowledgetv #politicstv

   

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Question of the Week: Should the US postpone the Presidential election? | Question of the Week: Should the US postpone the Presidential election? by SEVAAN FRANKS #politics #Election2012 Back in 1864 the US was under turmoil due to the Civil War. A Presidential election was set to take place that year and many people urged Abraham Lincoln to postpone the voting until things settled down. Lincoln said: “The election is a necessity. #history #quotes

   

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What If the Electoral College is Tied? | What happens if the Electoral College is tied? Ready for a Romney / Biden presidential team? #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Electoral College (USA) | The institution that officially elects the President and Vice President of the United States every four years. The electors are chosen by each state of the United States and by the District of Columbia, but not by other territorial possessions of the United States. The number of electors is 538, based on the total voting membership of the United States Congress (435 Representatives/100 Senators) and three electors from the District of Columbia. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is seen on the final night of the Republican National Convention in Tampa. Aug. 30, 2012. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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President Obama waits in the hallway while being introduced at a rally at Windham High School in Windham, N.H. Aug. 18, 2012. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Barack Hussein Obama II (August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current #President of the United States. He is the first African American to hold the office. Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, #Obama is a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, where he was president of the Harvard Law Review. He was a community organizer in Chicago before earning his law degree. He worked as a civil rights attorney in Chicago and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School. #election2012

   

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As specified in the Constitution, the 2012 presidential election will coincide with the United States Senate elections where one-third of the Senators will face re-election (33 Class I seats), and the United States House of Representatives elections (which occurs biennially) to elect the members for the 113th Congress. Eleven gubernatorial elections and many elections for state legislatures will also take place at the same time. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Forward | Since taking office in January 2009, President Obama has made significant progress on many of the challenges facing our country. While there is still more work to be done, here is a look at what the President has accomplished during his first term and his plans for continuing to move the country forward in his second term. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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The Swing State of Swing States - Elections 2012 | Ohio is the indispensable centerpiece of nearly every winning scenario for both Mitt #Romney and President #Obama. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Voting started mid October, and continued through November 4. The election will proceed as follows: November 6, 2012 – #Election2012 Day December 17, 2012 – Electoral College will formally elect a President and Vice President. January 3, 2013 – The 113th Congress is sworn in. January 6, 2013 – Electoral votes are formally counted before a joint session of Congress. January 20, 2013 – Inauguration oaths are taken; the new presidential term starts. January 21, 2013 Inauguration Day. #uspolitics

   

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The 2012 United States presidential election is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. It will be the 57th quadrennial presidential election in which presidential electors, who will officially elect the president and the vice president of the United States on December 17, 2012, will be chosen. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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State by State, Battle for Presidency Goes to Voters #Election2012 #Politics

   

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The Real Loser - Truth | THE director Steven Spielberg, whose “Lincoln” biopic opens Friday, recently said he hoped the film would have a “soothing or even healing effect” on a nation exhausted after yet another bitter and polarizing election. #Election2012

   

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Voters line up to cast their vote at the Boston Public Library on Tuesday, November 6, in Boston, Massachusetts, home state of Republican challenger Mitt Romney. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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A citizen votes at Carleton Middle School on Tuesday in Sterling Heights, Michigan. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Voters line up at the Mount Pleasant Library early Tuesday, November 6, in Cleveland, Ohio. The state, with its coveted 18 electoral votes, is one of the key battlegrounds in the race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Vice President Joe Biden, center, heads toward the voting booth Tuesday in Greenville, Delaware. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Residents of Ocean County vote in Toms River, New Jersey, on Monday. A special early mail voting arrangement allows residents of the areas affected by Superstorm Sandy to vote in person with a mail-in ballot on short notice. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Two-year-old Ariel Ferreras accompanies his mother, Erika, as she votes in Silver Spring, Maryland, on Friday, November 2. Voters in Maryland broke the state's record for early voting turnout. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Early voters fill out their ballots on the first day of early voting in Miami on October 27. Early voting in the swing state of Florida was held for eight straight 12-hour days. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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An election worker helps President Barack Obama as he votes early at the Martin Luther King Community Center in Chicago on October 25. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Carol Braddock of Los Angeles casts her vote in Norwalk, California, on October 25. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Jalani Hervey, 5, waits with his grandmother, Victoria Gross, while she stands in line to cast a ballot during early voting in Milwaukee on October 22. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Electronic voting authorization cards are returned at the East Las Vegas Community Center polling station on October 20. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Jaime Grant carries her 11-month-old daughter, Brynn, and holds her 3-year-old son Brian's hand as she casts her ballot during early voting in College Park, Georgia, on October 19. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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A voter displays an "I Voted" sticker on her lapel after voting early in Wilson, North Carolina, on October 18. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Jerry Nagel fills in his ballot during early voting at the Black Hawk County Courthouse in Waterloo, Iowa, on September 27, the first day of early voting in the state. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Biden hints he may be on future ballots | Vice President Joe Biden hinted about his future plans for office after voting with his family in Delaware. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Reality Check: Electoral College tie | CNN's Tom Foreman looks at what happens if the Electoral College comes down to a tie. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Obama gets emotional during final rally | In his last speech of the 2012 campaign, President Barack #Obama got emotional while talking about his previous campaign. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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First Election Day votes cast | The 10 residents of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, cast their votes for president. CNN's David Mattingly reports. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Why Tuesday, why November, why elephants? Election riddles solved By Holly Yan | The finish line is almost here. Americans have weighed a plethora of questions in choosing their presidential candidate. But amid the quadrennial explosion of political ads, bumper stickers and debates, some questions still baffle: Why is the Republican mascot an elephant? Why are Democrats linked to the color blue? And what happens if the candidates tie? #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Nov. 7 Nightmares: When Voting Goes Bad | As Americans count the hours until the election is over, thousands of lawyers for the Obama and Romney campaigns are preparing for the possibility that the counting of votes will stretch well beyond Tuesday night. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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A Vote Early sign is pictured before supporters of President Barack Obama arrive to participate in an election campaign rally in Las Vegas, Nev., on Nov. 1, 2012. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Obama For America's Las Vegas Flamingo East headquarters on Nov. 04, 2012. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Election Day 2012 | The American flag patch pictured here is from the left arm on Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 suit. April 2006 at the National Air and Space Museum's Garber Facility in Suitland, Md. #NASA astronauts Leroy Chiao, Edward Michael Fincke and Greg Chamitoff have all voted while aboard the International Space Station thanks to a bill passed in 1997 by Texas legislatures. The bill sets up a technical procedure for astronauts, nearly all of whom live in Houston in space. #Election2012

   

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Why I--a Serial Entrepreneur--Voted for Obama | The 2012 presidential election promises to be a close one. As a small business owner, I support keeping President Obama in office for four more years. #Election2012 #Politics #Business

   

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Why I Voted for Romney As a businessman and an employer, I'm just more comfortable with Mitt Romney in office. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Mitt Romney | Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman and the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. From 2003 to 2007, he served as the 70th Governor of Massachusetts. Raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan by his parents Lenore and George W. Romney, Mitt Romney spent two and a half years in France as a Mormon missionary starting in 1966. He married Ann Davies in 1969, with whom he has had five children. #Election2012

   

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Barack Obama | (August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States. He is the first African American to hold the office. Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Obama is a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, where he was president of the Harvard Law Review. He was a community organizer in Chicago before earning his law degree. He worked as a civil rights attorney in Chicago and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School. #Election2012

   

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United States presidential election | The election of the President and the Vice President of the United States is an indirect vote in which citizens cast ballots for a slate of members of the U.S. Electoral College; these electors in turn directly elect the President and Vice President. Presidential elections occur quadrennially (the count beginning with the year 1792) on Election Day, the Tuesday between November 2 and 8,coinciding with the general elections of various types. #Election2012

   

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#Election2012 | The 2012 United States presidential election is currently being held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. It will be the 57th quadrennial presidential election in which presidential electors, who will officially elect the president and the vice president of the United States on December 17, 2012, will be chosen. #Politics

   

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New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg goes to vote in a school on New York's Upper East Side, Nov. 6, 2012. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Election Night 2012 Live - Your Voice, Your Vote - from ABC News and Yahoo News | Watch live results of the 2012 elections for Senate, House and the presidential race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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US Elections 2012 LIVE Stream | Al Jazeera English. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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BBC News - LIVE: US presidential election #Election2012 #Politics

   

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WSJ Live's Primetime Election Night Coverage #Election2012 #Politics

   

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2012 Election Night Coverage and Results from The New York Times Newsroom November 6th #Election2012 #Politics #knowledgetv #politicstv

   

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2012 Election Night Commentary With Larry King | Ora 2012 With Larry King - #Election2012 #Politics

   

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President Barack Obama hugs his wife, Michelle, during his final campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa, on Nov. 5, 2012. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Supporters of U.S. President Barack Obama cheer after networks project Obama as reelected during the Obama Election Night watch party at McCormick Place November 6, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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President Barack Obama makes a campaign stop in Green Bay, Wis., Nov. 1, 2012. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Barack Obama Re-elected President Of The United States Of America. 07/11/2012 #Election2012 #Politics

   

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George Washington, 1780 | In Honor of Election Night enjoy this portrait of the first president of the United Sates of America. #Election2012 #Politics #History

   

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How Astronauts Vote From Space? | Beam me up … an absentee ballot? It turns out there’s no distance too far for absentee voting on Election Day. NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station have the option of voting from space, thanks to savvy technology and a 1997 bill passed by Texas lawmakers. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Obama's Night | President Obama Re-Elected. #Election2012 #Politics #History

   

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Obama wins re-election | Election Day 2012 #Election2012 #Politics

   

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President Obama's Re-Election Speech | "Tonight, more than 200 years after a former colony won the right to determine its own destiny, the task of perfecting our union moves forward." #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Obama takes key battlegrounds to win re-election #Election2012 #Politics President Barack #Obama rode a wave of broad support from minorities, women and moderates to win re-election Tuesday by defeating Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Democratic strongholds and key battleground states.

   

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Twelve Interactive Activities for Learning About Elections | The election year is a great time for social studies education; presidential and congressional campaigns are such a large part of the news and daily conversations that they have sparked the curiosity of even the youngest students. A student response system combined with an interactive whiteboard can bring lessons to life by giving students a hands-on "voter" experience. #Education #Election2012

   

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Romney's Loses the 2012 Election: Romney's Complete Concession Speech Romney's Complete 2012 Presidential Concession #Speech. #Election2012 #Politics #knowledgetv #politicstv

   

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Obama Wins the 2012 Election: Obama's Complete Presidential Victory Speech | Obama's 2012 Presidential Acceptance #Speech. #Election2012 #Politics #knowledgetv #politicstv

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After Hard-Fought Campaign, a Victory for Obama | Results at the #Obama Rally in Chicago #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Obama Wins | End of the acceptance victory speech in Chicago by President Obama. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Governor Romney's concession speech in Boston MA. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Obama victory Speech in Chicago | It moves forward because of you. It moves forward because you reaffirmed the spirit that has triumphed over war and depression, the spirit that has lifted this country from the depths of despair to the great heights of hope, the belief that while each of us will pursue our own individual dreams, we are an American family and we rise or fall together as one nation and as one people. #Election2012 #Politics #Obama

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Obama Wins the 2012 Election: Obama's Complete Presidential Victory Speech | Obama's 2012 Presidential Acceptance #Speech. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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The presidential election in 90 seconds - From "you didn't build that" to the 47% that didn't pay that, a data-driven look at the horse-race to the White House. This videographic is best viewed in full-screen mode. #Election2012 #Politics

   

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Jennifer Lopez: Join Latinos for Obama - #election2012 #USpolitics #government #obama #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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Determinación - Anuncio de Televisión de Obama for America #election2012 #USpolitics #government #obama #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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Eva Longoria Shares Why She Supports President Obama - Get Involved at Latinos.BarackObama.com - #election2012 #USpolitics #government #obama #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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One Chance. - #election2012 #USpolitics #government #obama #knowledgetv #politicstv #Politics

   

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Obama: One Voice - #election2012 #USpolitics #government #obama #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches

   

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The Road to November 6th: America Forward! Tour - #election2012 #USpolitics #government #obama #knowledgetv #politicstv #speeches #politics

   

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Forward. - #election2012 #USpolitics #government #obama #knowledgetv #politicstv

   

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CNN 2012 election highlights - #2012 #Politics #election2012 #newstv #knowledgetv

   

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Obamas campaigning by Jim Watson | It is hard to keep political photographs interesting. I took this when Michelle Obama had just introduced the president at a campaign event in Iowa. It shows a personal side of them that you don’t get to see very often, but this ­embrace seemed very genuine and real to me. #photography #election2012 #obama #history #2012

   

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