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Only at The Washington Times: Reporters discuss the latest news from the 2008 Presidential Election.
Americans were fans of the presidential election, but enough is enough. Fully 82 percent of us now say they don't miss following the election one bit, according to a Pew Research Center survey of 1,000 adults released Wednesday.
Vendors are selling lots of gear inspired by the president-elect, the most common being a "Yes we did" T-shirt.
Reviving the GOP
Superstar Gov. Sarah Palin spent Wednesday poolside at the luxurious Biltmore Hotel Resort and Spa.
Top searches at noon included "rahm emanuel", "michelle obama s dress" and "inauguration day 2009 tickets."
Barack Obama supporters triumphed in their candidate's election - and Obama made sure to capitalize on their support.
The mood is still upbeat, but some small groups talk in hushed tones.
The media pool gathers in anticipation of Sen. John McCain's appearance.
On the final campaign flight, Sen. John McCain reflects on his two-year presidential run.
Voters provide their anecdotal polling-place experiences.
Officials hired a call center to help deal with the overwhelming voter turnout.
Up in Ehrlich country -- Baltimore County -- this morning, Republican voters had a hard time voting the former gov's "ticket."
The campaign of Sen. John McCain and the Republican Party of Virginia have notified state officials of possible polling problems.
Barack Obama's campaign just sent this text message: People who love their country can change it!
The McCain campaign is enlisting supporters over the Internet to do get-out-the-vote phone calls.
Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
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