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Thousands line up to see Obama in Hollywood

Thousands of people lined up to see President Barack Obama at McArthur High School on Sunday morning. The line extended about 10 city blocks about mid-day Sunday. Obama was expected to speak about 12:30 p.m., as he campaigns in Florida for the last time before Tuesday's election. The details of the President’s visit were finalized Thursday night, McArthur football coach Andrew Rhoden said Friday.  “It’s a m ...

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Palm Beach County Branches NAACP Get Out the Vote rally and luncheon

Palm Beach County Branches of NAACP will kick off its Freedom Fund activities with a Get Out the Vote rally and membership luncheon ...

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After just two days of early voting, more Democrats have now cast ballots than Republicans in Florida with 1.9 million ballots cast

After two days of Early Voting in Florida, Democrats have now cast more ballots in the Sunshine State than Republicans, wiping out Republicans' lead from Vote by Mail, which took six days of Early Voting in 2008 to accomplish ...

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El Portal village elections threatened by ethnic politics

El Portal village elections threatened by ethnic politics ...

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Broward County Transit provides service to early voting sites

Broward County Transit (BCT) has several bus routes that serve the Broward County early voting sites. ...

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Broward County students ready to Vote 2012

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS). Students have been learning everything from the workings of a two-party system, the Electoral College, how democracy functions, differences between candidates, and most importantly, the voting process. ...

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Big early voting crowds in Florida

Florida, the largest combat zone state in the Presidential Election with people waiting hours in some cases to their cast ballots. ...

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Rev. Al Sharpton and Pastor Victor Curry greet waiting voters

Rev. Al Sharpton and Pastor Victor Curry greet waiting voters ...

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Hundreds march from black churches Sunday to vote early in “Souls to the Polls” rally

By Mike Clary   On a day punctuated by echoes of the civil rights movement, hundreds of people poured out of churches after services in South Florida's historic black neighborhoods Sunday to march to the voting booth, intent on honoring a right for which ancestors shed their blood. "People have died so I could do this," said James Gadsen, 74, a deacon at New Hope Baptist Church, the rallying point for the m ...

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