Candidates in Run up to November 4 Election
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Republican nominee for president John McCain hit seven key states on his final full day of campaigning before Election Day on Nov. 4.
 
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Barack Obama spent yesterday campaigning in Virginia and other states that have not supported a Democratic presidential nominee in years as he looked to win not only the presidency but also a popular vote majority.
 
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Republican presidential candidate John McCain and running mate Sarah Palin swung into the final full week of campaigning with appearances in crucial battleground states that will decide the 2008 presidential election.
 
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As Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama campaigns across key swing states in the final days before the election, he has a new stump speech his campaign calls his "Closing Argument."
 
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Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and running mate Joe Biden campaign in crucial swing states. With just over a week before the election, Florida, Virginia and Colorado are still up for grabs.
 
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Republican presidential candidate John McCain has launched a "Joe the Plumber" bus tour across Florida. Since Joe Wurzelbacher of Ohio, nicknamed "Joe the Plumber," challenged the presidential candidates to explain how their tax plans would help workers like him, he has become an iconic figure.
 
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As Republican presidential candidate John McCain gears up for Election Day, his campaign focuses on targeting voters in critical swing states, such as Florida, Colorado and New Mexico.
 
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In the weeks leading up to Election Day, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama continues to address his economic stimulus plan on the campaign trail.
 
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Republican nominee John McCain and running mate Sarah Palin held rallies and town halls across the country this week, focusing their efforts in key swing states the campaign plans to heavily target ahead of Election Day.
 
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Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama makes campaign stops in the Southeast as he prepares for the second presidential debate.
 
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Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain and running mate Sarah Palin head into the final month on the campaign trail.
 
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Twenty years ago in Chicago, two bright young attorneys met and joined forces.
 
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Republican presidential candidate John McCain and running mate Sarah Palin resumed campaigning together.
 
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In the days leading up to the first vice presidential debate, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) and running mate Sen. Joe Biden (Del.) campaigned across the country, in an effort to turn out early votes.
 
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Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain engaged in the first presidential debate 40 days before election day. The candidates sparred over the economy and foreign policy experience.
 
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Republican presidential candidate John McCain campaigns in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Meanwhile, running mate Sarah Palin visits with world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly in New York.
 
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Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and running mate Joe Biden campaign cross-country, making several stops a day. The candidates have heavily addressed the economy in recent days, following a catastrophic week on Wall Street and a huge government bailout.
 
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An in-depth look at Todd Palin, husband of Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.
 
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Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, on the campaign trail.
 
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With less than seven weeks until Election Day, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) and running mate Sen. Joe Biden (Del.) take their campaign for the White House to key swing states this week, touting their plans for the ailing economy.
 
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As the 2008 presidential campaign heats up, Republican presidential candidate John McCain (Ariz.) campaigns across the country with his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
 
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Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama and his running mate Joe Biden continue their separate campaign tours. The pair focused on the swing states of Missouri, Ohio, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania, among other appearances to bolster support a mere eight weeks before the election.
 
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After accepting the GOP nomination in St. Paul, Sen. John McCain and his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, tour around the country.
 
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Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), and vice presidential pick Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) begin a campaign tour together as Republicans convene in St. Paul, Minn.
 
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Sen. John McCain closed the 39th Republican National Convention by accepting the party's nomination for president and pledging to place country above party: "Let me just offer an advance warning to the old, big-spending, do-nothing, me-first-country-second, Washington crowd: Change is coming."
 
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The third evening of the Republican National Convention included major party players such as Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani and of course vice presidential candidate, Gov. Sarah Palin. Palin's highly anticipated speech is expected to officially introduce her to the country.
 
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After the first night of the Republican National Convention was put on hold due to Hurricane Gustav, convention activities resumed in full swing Tuesday night with George Bush and Joe Lieberman headlining the evening.
 
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The Republican National Convention opened with news of Hurricane Gustav slamming the Gulf Coast. The first day's events were mostly canceled and the rest of the week remained up in the air.
 
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On the final evening of the Democratic National Convention, delegates and supporters moved to Invesco Field in Denver. Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) is set to accept the Democratic nomination for president Thursday evening, making history as the first African American presidential nominee from a major party.
 
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The third night of the Democratic National Convention kicked off with a traditional roll call vote, in which state delegations cast votes to designate the Democratic presidential nominee. Former President Bill Clinton and Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) will address the convention Wednesday night.
 
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Sen. Hillary Clinton and former Virginia Gov. Mark Warner address delegates on the second night of the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
 
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The Democratic Party presents itself to the nation this week at the party's national convention, held at the Pepsi Center in Denver.
 

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