Ballot Error Has Voters Electing President of the ‘Untied’ States

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This presidential election just started to unravel. Voters in Jefferson County, Wash. have eagerly been casting their ballot for the president and vice president of the Untied States of America — a country made up solely of shoelace-dangling citizens. The spelling error made it onto 22,596 ballots, according to the Peninsula Daily News. County Auditor […]

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Tomorrow’s Real Debate Will Be on Facebook and Twitter

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When President Obama and Mitt Romney take the stage for their first debate in Denver tomorrow night, a far more extensive shadow debate will unfold across social media. Campaigns and supporters will aim to seize the online “conversation” in a vast game of spin unfolding well beyond the telecast and media coverage does. As a […]

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Top Tech Innovators Star in New Obama Ad

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Which presidential candidate would be better for promoting technological innovation? The entrepreneurs and innovators in this new ad argue it would be Barack Obama. The ad features a slew of technologists, including Craigslist’s Craig Newmark, Dropbox’s Drew Houston and LinkedIn’s Reid Hoffman, explaining why they’re supporting Obama. “I support Obama because I’ve personally seen how […]

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YouTube Restores Romney’s Anti-Obama Ad

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YouTube has restored an advertisement for Mitt Romney featuring footage of President Barack Obama singing a line from Al Green’s classic Let’s Stay Together, saying that the video dose not actually infringe on Green’s copyright of the song. The 30-second ad is a message from Romney’s campaign suggesting that Obama has eschewed the middle class […]

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Watch Mitt Romney Deliver His Concession Speech

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Gov. Mitt Romney gave his concession speech at 12:55 a.m. ET Wednesday morning, following his loss to President Barack Obama. In the speech, which clocked in at approximately five minutes, Romney wished goodwill on Obama and his family, while calling for a bipartisan American future. “I believe in America. I believe in the people of […]

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Obama and Romney Roast Each Other at Fundraiser Dinner

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Barack Obama and Mitt Romney loosened up their collars a bit for a night of wisecracks and laughter at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner, held Thursday in New York City. The dinner is an annual fundraiser for the Alfred E. Smith Foundation, and is a routine campaign stop for presidential candidates on election years. […]

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Mitt Romney Sees Sudden Unexplained Spike in Twitter Followers

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Twitter account saw two sudden and massive spikes in new followers over the weekend. The spikes were first noticed by Zach Green of 140elect.com, a blog which monitors Twitter trends relating to the 2012 presidential election. According to Green’s data, Romney “was gaining around 3000-4000 new followers per day for […]

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Where Obama and Romney Stand on Space Exploration

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The first televised debate tonight in Denver between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will cover domestic policy — including, perhaps, the two men’s visions for America’s space program. The differences between Obama and Romney are relatively clear in some arenas, such as tax policy and the role and size of government. […]

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