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Congresswoman Wilson Congratulates JudicialEleventh Circuit Court Judge William L. Thomas on His Presidential Nomination to the United States Sitrict Court for the Southern District of Florida

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE           Contact:   Gwen Belton November 14, 2012                 Phone:     (305) 619-5676 Congresswoman Wilson Congratulates Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court Judge William L. Thomas on His Presidential Nomination to the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida   MIAMI, FL – Today, Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.), issued the following statement on ...

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Giving Thanks for Our Veterans By Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz

As the dust settles from the recent elections, we turn our focus in November to honoring our veterans, and giving thanks for our good fortune throughout the year. Each year on Veterans Day, Americans remember and honor those men and women who have defended our great country. Just as we must never forget their service and sacrifice, we must also stand firm in our commitment to help veterans as they return to ...

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11-08-12 KEN DETZNER INTERVIEW

Four Florida counties continued to count ballots today as the state desperately tried to join all 49 other states in wrapping up the election of 2012. Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner reports Miami-Dade County finished counting its ballots around noon today, but Duval, Palm Beach and Broward were still tallying votes late this afternoon. Detzner says he's been assured by elections supervisors in those ...

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Beyonce Reacts To President Obama’s Re-Election

  It's safe to say Beyonce is happy that President Barack Obama was re-elected last night. After the fundraisers, the Obama earring, the letter of support she penned to the President -- and the fact she shared her absentee ballot that showed she had indeed voted for Obama -- we're not surprised by her reaction to his win against Mitt Romney. After learning the results of the election, the 31-year-old s ...

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Mitt Romney Concession Speech: 2012

GOP presidential candidate ends political career with a speech promoting the end to partisanship. ...

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President Obama’s Full Speech from His Final Rally – Des Moines, Iowa

The President and First Lady returned to Iowa, where it all began in the winter of 2007. The President told voters it's time to finish what we've started, and make sure that no matter who you are, where you come from, or how you started out, this is the country where you can make it if you try. ...

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President Obama and Jay-Z in Columbus, Ohio

President Obama makes the final push in his last campaign -- a nonstop sprint to the finish starting with grassroots events in Madison, Wisconsin and Columbus, Ohio. For the final stop, the President and First Lady will return to Iowa, where it all began in the winter of 2007, for one final grassroots rally in Des Moines. In Columbus, Ohio Jay Z will give a performance and the President will make his closin ...

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Stevie Wonder Sings “Fired Up! Ready to Go!” at President Obama’s Grassroots Rally in Cincinatti

Stevie Wonder walks off President Obama by leading the crowd with a "Fired up! Ready to go!" sing-along. ...

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Young Americans – OFA Florida

Young Americans share why they're getting involved and voting for President Obama. ...

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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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