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  • Obama and the Democrats: Championing the middle class November 5, 2012

    Washington: Supported largely by the IndianAmerican community, President Barack Obama's Democratic Party with the longest continuous operation in the US has promoted a social liberal and progressive platform since the 1930s. Led by Obama, the 15th Democratic president of the United States seeking reelection on the slogan of "Forward", the...
  • US elections: 169 million voters in $6 billion exercise November 5, 2012

    Washington: One of the largest electoral exercises in the world after India, the world's largest democracy, gets underway on Tuesday when 169 million American voters go to the polls to chose a president, a new House of Representatives, 33 senators and thousands of local officials at a whopping cost of...
  • AP: Stage set for Tuesday's bypolls June 11, 2012

    Hyderabad: Over 4.6 million voters in Andhra Pradesh are eligible to exercise their franchise in Tuesday's bypolls to Nellore Lok Sabha and 18 legislative assembly seats in what is seen as the semifinals before 2014 general elections. YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) led by jailed Kadapa MP Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy appears...
  • US polls: Both parties winners on Super Tuesday February 7, 2008

    For political experts Super Tuesday is all about the numbers, but for the candidates, it is all about keeping on their game faces and telling supporters that they won the night. And they are moving forward. ...
  • Special: The superstars of Super Tuesday February 7, 2008

    Americans made history on the Super Tuesday after primaries in 22 states left the Democrats split between supporting either a woman or an AfricanAmerican to run for president, for the first time ever in the country's history. Hillary Clinton, despite winning the most populous state of California, got more delegates and...
  • Despite McCain's lead, Romney, Huckabee still in race February 6, 2008

    New Delhi: Vietnam veteran John McCain moved one step closer on Wednesday to winning the Republican Party nomination for president at the US Presidential elections. I've long relished the role of the underdog, he joked during his campaign. Super Tuesday saw McCain sweep nine states, most crucially California, where with 51 per...
  • Super Tuesday voters open up about their choices February 6, 2008

    New Delhi: As Super Tuesday voting drew to a close, the voters opened up to why they voted the way they did. An Obama supporter said, This is history in the making and we wanted him to be a part of it. We believe Barack Obama is going to win and...
  • Super Tuesday: Hillary to take Calif, McCain leads February 6, 2008

    New York: Vote counting has begun across the United States on one of the key dates in the race to become the next US president, with projected wins for each of the major runners Senator John McCain was padding his lead in the race for the Republican Party delegates,...
  • Super Tuesday begins, to decide US Prez hopefuls February 6, 2008

    New York: The largest number of states in American history voted on Tuesday to decide who their presidential candidate would be, among Republicans and Democrats. Voting began in Georgia and will end with California. New Yorkers, too, have begun voting and whether they have voted for Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama...
  • Super Tuesday starts, Hillary has edge over Obama February 5, 2008

    New Delhi: It's Super Tuesday in New York and voting has begun. Whether the voters are casting their ballots for Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama will be known only when results are declared. However, Hillary is widely believed to have the edge over Obama. New York being her home state,...
  • What after Super Tuesday? It's a long road ahead February 5, 2008

    After Super Tuesday, the race for the nomination could go on for months as candidates try and grab as many states and delegates as they can. CNN's Jill Dougherty explains. ...
  • A super guide for Super Tuesday February 5, 2008

    Atlanta, Georgia: Over 22 states will hold contests on February 5, also known as Super Tuesday, and the outcome could whittle down the nominees for both parties. Delegaterich states such as California, New York and New Jersey could be makeorbreak contests for both Republicans and Democrats. Sen. John McCain of Arizona,...
  • Super Tuesday: Democrats in dead heat | Your Guide February 4, 2008

    With a new poll showing their race to be in a virtual dead heat nationally, the Democratic presidential candidates made their final pitches on Monday to voters in nearly two dozen states before Super Tuesday. Senator Barack Obama has erased Senator Hillary Clinton's lead among Democrats nationally, according to a CNN/Opinion...
  • The Clintons in full gear as Super Tuesday nears February 2, 2008

    Arkansas: The Clintons are in full gear for the final drive before the allimportant Super Tuesday when 22 states go to polls to decide Democrat and Republican nominee for the US Presidential Race. ...