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Obama Casts Ballot With Wife and Daughters

Posted: 11/04/2008 - Barack Obama brought his two young daughters to the ballot box Tuesday as he cast a vote in the election he hopes will make them the first black family to occupy the White House.

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Seeking Upset, McCain to Campaign Election Day

Posted: 11/04/2008 - Pushing back against predictions of defeat, John McCain scheduled campaign stops in two Western battlegrounds on Election Day after a seven-state sprint that brought him home to Arizona after midnight Tuesday.

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Obama Wins in Earliest Vote in Tiny NH Town

Posted: 11/04/2008 - Barack Obama came up a big winner in the presidential race in Dixville Notch and Hart's Location, N.H., where tradition of having the first Election Day ballots tallied lives on.

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Long Lines Form Early as Voters Finally Decide

Updated: 11/04/2008 - Long lines have formed as polls open in Eastern states as Barack Obama's bid to become the first black president faced the final test of his remarkable two-year journey Tuesday, while Republican John McCain pressed for an Election Day upset.

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Making Law Part 3

Updated: 11/01/2008 - If you're voting in Florida--your ballot could affect the future of people such as fishermen and community college students. That's something to keep in mind when we talk about the last two amendments on the sunshine state ballot.

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Making Law Part 2; Amendments Three and Four

Updated: 10/30/2008 - Election day is next week and we've been talking about the constitutional amendments you'll be voting on. In Part 2 of our series "Making Law," we will cover amendments three and four.

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Making Law Part 1; Amendments One and Two

Updated: 10/30/2008 - On election day, Floridians will vote on six amendments that could change the state's constitution. From property rights to defining marriage, we're taking a closer look at all of them.

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Amendment 2 Opposition

Updated: 10/20/2008 - Early voting starts on Monday and one amendment about marriage is causing lots of division in Florida.

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Tourist Development Director Set To Resign

Updated: 10/15/2008 - The Leon County Commission approved a severance package for Guy Thompson, the Tourist Development Council Executive Director, even though he has not resigned yet.

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Tuesday's Debate Swaying Voters?

Updated: 10/09/2008 - There's still a lot of buzz from Tuesday night's debate, but the big question around the water cooler is how did it affect voters?

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Senior Citizens May Get Utility Aid

Posted: 10/07/2008 - One Tallahassee commissioner says senior citizens need a helping hand to meet the rising cost of utilities.

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McCain Obama Cookies

Updated: 10/07/2008 - Americans are biting into a poll that's creating another kind of heated debate--coming right out of the oven.

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Local Adviser on National Economy

Updated: 10/07/2008 - As consumer fear grows, some financial advisers are looking for ways to calm their clients who are ready to throw in the towel.

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Local Financial Industry on Bail Out

Updated: 10/03/2008 - Both presidential candidates are in favor of Friday's bailout package and how it'll help America. But not everyone is on board with how the government is assisting Wall Street.

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Local VP Debate Viewing Parties

Updated: 10/02/2008 - Both Republicans and Democrats anticipated Thursday night's discussion and met up to watch.

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