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Democrats Fight Fiercely As McCain Focuses On Obama

Posted: 02/14/2008 - Hillary Clinton is looking to get back in to the race after losing eight straight primaries to Barack Obama. Meanwhile McCain, a clear frontrunner, is turning his focus on Democrats, specifically Obama.

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Candidates Move Forward Following Va. Primaries

Updated: 02/13/2008 - Virginia played a prominent role in the presidential primary for the first time in a long time Tuesday. But, despite some decisive victories, neither Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) or Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) scored the knockout they've been looking for.

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McCain Speaks Out About Opponent

Posted: 02/13/2008 - One day after sweeping the Potomac Primaries, John McCain is speaking out on his closest competition.

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Clinton Puts Potomac Primary Behind

Posted: 02/13/2008 - Hillary Clinton is putting the Potomac Primary behind her and is now looking toward contests in Ohio and Texas to rebound.

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Obama Rolls Out Economic Plan

Posted: 02/13/2008 - Democrat Barack Obama said Wednesday that as president he would spend $210 billion to create jobs in construction and environmental industries, as he tried to win over economically struggling voters.

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McCain and Obama Win Maryland

Updated: 02/12/2008 - After winning in Virginia, both Senators Barack Obama and John McCain continue with wins in Maryland.

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McCain Wins Virginia

Posted: 02/12/2008 - Senator John McCain took another step toward securing his Republican nomination by winning Virginia Tuesday.

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McCain Facing Difficulties In Virginia

Posted: 02/12/2008 - Republican front-runner John McCain faced difficulties in Virginia Tuesday. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee led in early returns, with 49 percent of the vote, in a race that triggered a heavy turnout of evangelical Christian voters.

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Obama Attracting Votes Across Race Gender Lines

Posted: 02/12/2008 - Senator Barack Obama was drawing strong support across race and gender lines Tuesday in Virginia that showed signs he was eating into the core voters of his rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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Obama Wins Virginia

Updated: 02/12/2008 - Barack Obama has won the Virginia primary. The Illinois Senator easily defeated Hillary Clinton. Contests in Maryland and D.C. have yet to be called.

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Campaign Calling Centers

Updated: 01/24/2012 - Supporters of both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were out in full force Tuesday to rally votes behind their candidate.

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Obama McCain Expected To Carry Potomac Primaries

Posted: 02/12/2008 - Voters in the nation's capital and neighboring states have their say on who should be the next person in the White House. Barack Obama is expected to continue his momentum and take D.C., Maryland and Virginia, as is Republican John McCain.

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Project Vote Smart

Posted: 02/12/2008 - Most people have already made up their minds about who they're voting for in Tuesday’s primary, but they may not know everything they need to about their candidate of choice.

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McCain Rally Packs Richmond Air Museum

Updated: 02/12/2008 - As the presidential candidates maintain their helter-skelter schedule ahead of Tuesday's primaries, Senator John McCain had a pretty good idea: save some time by holding his rally at the airport.

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Mike Huckabee Makes Stop in Central Virginia

Updated: 01/24/2012 - Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee was in the Shenandoah Valley Monday stumping for votes, even comparing the area to Arkansas, the state he once governed.

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Candidates Battle It Out For Tuesday's Delegates

Posted: 02/11/2008 - Barack Obama is hoping to continue his momentum into Tuesday's primary as Hillary hopes to hold it off. Meanwhile McCain is faced with trying to unite the Republican party as Mike Huckabee continues to push himself as the true conservative.

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Clinton, Obama Address Annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner

Updated: 01/24/2012 - The Siegel Center on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University played host to the annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner Saturday night. Presidential hopefuls Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton werel both in attendance to address the sellout crowd.

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