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Chinese leaders congratulate Obama on election as U.S. president
Chinese President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday sent messages to congratulate Barack Obama on his election as President of the United States. >>>
Barack Obama wins U.S. presidential election
Democratic Party candidate Barack Obama won a landslide victory in the U.S. presidential election Tuesday. His Republican rival John McCain conceded defeat minutes later. >>>
Obama to offer position for Powell if elected president
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama said Monday that if he is elected, he will ask former Secretary of State Colin Powell to serve as an advisor in his administration. >>>
Former U.S. Secretary of State Powell endorses Obama
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell announced Sunday that he will be voting for Barack Obama, citing the Democrat's "ability to inspire" and the "inclusive nature of his campaign." >>>
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U.S. presidential candidates use loophole to set up joint accounts
Both Democratic presidential candidate Barak Obama and his Republic rival John McCain used a loophole in the law to sidestep caps on direct donations, the Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday.
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Obama to offer position for Powell if elected president
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama said Monday that if he is elected, he will ask former Secretary of State Colin Powell to serve as an advisor in his administration.
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Obama raises record $150 mln in September
U.S. presidential Democratic nominee Barack Obama's campaign announced Sunday he raised 150 million U.S. dollars in donations in September, setting a new high-water mark in campaign fundraising.
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Lula: financial crisis to help Obama's race for U.S. presidency
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said Monday that he believed the U.S. people would vote for the Democrat candidate Barack Obama in the upcoming presidential election because of the international financial crisis, local media reported.
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Obama makes headway in traditional Republican strongholds
As this year's last presidential debate is soon to take place, fresh poll results out Wednesday showed Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama made gains in traditional Republican states.
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Survey shows Asian-Americans support Obama over McCain
Asian-Americans favor Democratic candidate Barack Obama over his Republican rival John McCain in the upcoming U.S. presidential election by a substantial margin, according to a survey release Wednesday. >>>

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Obama Dancing on Ellen Show

The Third Presidential Debate

Obama Takes a Strong Leading Position in Four Polls

Early Voting in North Carolina

Hillary Clinton joins Obama on the stump in Florida
John McCain Vietnam interview Exposed
Election fuels political mask sales
Sarah Palin appears on Saturday Night Live
Obama Assembles US's `Largest Law Firm' to Monitor Election
Obama says McCain offers 'willful ignorance'
Fake John McCain Plays drums
'Joe the Plumber' becomes a national fixture
McCain Fights Back Following Obama's Powell Endorsement and Record Fundraising
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· U.S. presidential elections
· U.S. presidential election calendar
· Profile: U.S. Republican presidential candidate John McCain
· 2008 Republican National Convention
· U.S. Republican Party or GOP
· U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama
· Agenda of 2008 U.S. Democratic National Convention
· U.S. Democratic Party
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