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WASHINGTON (AP) — Listen up, voters, you're the boss.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Gone are the days of voting behind a curtain with an old-fashioned lever machine. Almost gone are the days of punch-card ballots and those unforgettable hanging, dimpled and pregnant chads.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Ever hear about national elections where the winners aren't known for days as government officials count votes and double-check results? Thank goodness we don't have to wait that long for election results in the U.S., right?
BOSTON (AP) — Should he prevail Tuesday, Mitt Romney would bring a CEO's eye to the White House and a policy agenda based on a general set of principles and focused more on data than ideology.
WASHINGTON (AP) — If he wins, President Barack Obama would try to apply the leverage of his victory toward a lasting economic revival on his terms, guided by political lessons learned and the legacy he wants.
NEW YORK (AP) — A study finds that press coverage of President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney has been largely negative in the campaign's final weeks.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Five things to watch for in the final week of the presidential race between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney:
NEW YORK (AP) — Election officials were ordering generators, moving voting locations and figuring out how to transport poll workers displaced from coastal areas as Tuesday's presidential election became the latest challenge for states whacked by Superstorm Sandy.
FORT DODGE, IOWA (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden is making a pitch for bipartisanship, telling voters in Iowa that it's reassuring to see Democrats and Republicans working together in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill ventured into Republican-leaning southern Missouri on Thursday, warning voters that challenger Todd Akin would be part of a "very small caucus of extremists" if elected to the Senate and launching a new ad, titled, "Unfit," featuring video of GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney denouncing Akin.