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Elections in the new Virginia

On November 6, voters in the key battleground state of Virginia formed extremely long lines and in some cases waited for hours to vote.

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Obama winning Latino vote

President Obama is on his way to winning more Latino votes today than any other presidential candidate in history.

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Labor movement celebrates with the nation

First there was anticipation, touched with a little bit of angst.  Then there was exhilaration.

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Democracy comes out on top on Nov. 6

The Communist Party said a year ago that the 2012 elections would be the main front of the class and democratic struggle, and subsequent events have confirmed that fact.

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Unraveling California’s $11 million mystery

After days of drama, Californians now know something about the origins of a mystery $11 million political donation - the largest anonymous donation in the state's history - but much more is still hidden from view.

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In Massachusetts, Warren race a ground operation

In the central Massachusetts region, the city of Worcester and Worcester County are seen as crucial to the race.

Arrest in Virginia exposes the real voter fraud

The arrest in Virginia last week of a young Republican operative reveals a possible large scale GOP voter fraud scheme.

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Which Mitt Romney is the real Mitt Romney?

We ask that question because the Republican presidential nominee has apparently drawn even with incumbent Barack Obama in the race for the White House.

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Angela Davis speaks to 2,000 at Michigan rally

A standing room only crowd of nearly 2000 people welcomed renowned activist and scholar Angela Davis to Detroit to celebrate the 40th anniversary of her acquittal.

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Latino voter numbers to rise 25 percent

The number of Latino voters will rise by 25 percent in the 2012 election, to 12.6 million, compared to 2008, and they'll hold the key votes in more states than ever before.

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