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General election, with presidential race on ballot, is today absentee ballots, as well as special needs ballots and by-fax ballots.The presidential election pits Democratic President Barack Obama against former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee, and a handful of third-party...
Poll: Parnell would impact Begich race

...PPP found Begich would beat him with 58 percent of the vote to just 30 percent for Miller.PPP also found that Democratic President Barack Obama, who failed to carry Alaska last year but came the closest any Democrat has to winning the state...
Obama OK with morning-after pill sales at age 15

...But the decision to appeal was certain to irk abortion-rights advocates who say they can't understand why a Democratic president is siding with social conservatives in favor of limiting women's reproductive choices.
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2014 Senate Democrats firm up support of health care law

...power in the House and gain the six seats they need to win control of the Senate for the final two years of the Democratic president's second term.A Republican-aligned outside group already has aired a TV ad in Arkansas deriding Pryor as...
Anti-tax conservatives say no to tax-increase deal

...includes tax increases. Elected officials from those states have little political incentive to cooperate with the Democratic president, given that most of their constituents voted for Obama's Republican opponent, Mitt Romney."If it takes us...
GOP mood toward Romney's fall prospects brighten

...Chicago.Some Republican voters concede they aren't as passionate about electing Romney as they are about booting Democratic President Barack Obama from the Oval Office."He's obviously it, and he's what is left," FBI agent David Hirtz...
Outside editorial: Put away the rancor

...the lay of the land: A GOP House of Representatives; a Democratic U.S. Senate, by a now slimmer margin; a Democratic president with a veto; tea party favorites talking about forming their own caucus; and resurgent Republicans talking about...
Bush puts the rich and powerful first

A democratic president should put his people and his country's opinion, future, and life before his own. The current administration has done anything...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Choice, said last month. ``They're very happy to have the Republican Congress control the purse and have a Democratic president choose Supreme Court justices. ``So you've got to do something dramatic that shows our guys he means what...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Congress demanded an "exit strategy" - "burden-sharing" was the key word then - but fortunately Republican and Democratic presidents alike resisted. Now the threats have changed, but the logic is the same. If the United States stays engaged...


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