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Video: Voters have their say in 'Dear Mr. President'

NPR has launched a little project through Tumblr called "Inauguration 2013" where people can have their say on who they voted for and what US President Obama's priorities should be for the second term.

Governor Bobby Jindal To GOP: Stop being the 'idiot party'

GOP Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana is the latest in notable GOP figures to weigh-in and speak on the recent 2012 US Elections.

The ever-changing US electorate — What's in store for 2014/2016?

The 2012 US Elections have shown the shift in the country's voting electorate. In short, it shows how voting blocks and groups of voters play a predictable and unpredictable dynamic.

In Kenya, a mother names newborn twins 'Barack' and 'Mitt'

Election Day 2012 has proven to be an interesting and significant day to be born. This applies to both the United States and abroad.

Video: President-elect Romney website draft discovered

The Romney campaign had staked everything on the 2012 US Presidential Election before losing to the Obama campaign. However, there was a President-Elect Romney transition site that was already live before the final results came in.

Trump and other GOPers give their 2 cents on Obama's re-election

With the re-election of Democratic incumbent Barack Obama as US President, notable Republicans have weighed in and given their respective two cents.

For first-time mom-to-be, Election Day is a crucible of labor

Chicago - Galicia Malone of Chicago broke her water upon arriving at her respective polling area. Instead of leaving to go to the hospital, Malone dealt with the pain in order to get her vote in.

Video: Obama and Romney phone banks at work in Ohio

On Election Day, CNN went to cover the phone banks of the Obama and Romney campaigns in Ohio. Ohio is one of the crucial battleground states that can decide who wins the presidency.

New PEW Research poll shows Romney with four-point lead

Washington - A new Pew Research Center poll has Republican presidential candidate Romney taking over the lead in the 2012 presidential election. The Republican leads incumbent Barack Obama 49% to 45% according to the PEW survey.

Multiple post-debate polls show Romney even with Obama

Washington - New Gallup poll numbers show Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has pulled even with incumbent Barack Obama. The poll released Monday, have the two tied, 47% to 47% percent.

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