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B. 2014-06-24 US senator beats Tea Party rival Mississippi
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E. 2013-10-16 Booker wins New Jersey Senate seat Newark, New Jersey
F. 2013-10-16 New Jersey votes for new senator New Jersey
G. 2013-08-03 US and UK concern over Zimbabwe vote Washington
H. 2013-06-25 Democrats hold Kerry's Senate seat Massachusetts
8. 2013-06-25 US court quashes voting law clause U.S. Supreme Court
2012-10-11 US running mates clash in debate

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US senator beats Tea Party rival. Mississippi Republicans reeling after Eric Cantor primary loss US Supreme Court strikes down overall donor limits. U.S. Supreme Court Booker wins New Jersey Senate seat US running mates clash in debate. Kentucky Romney revels in triple primary win. Wisconsin Republicans win House, Dems keep Senate   US Republicans have ridden a wave of economic discontent to capture the House but President Obama's party has kept the Senate Republicans win key US Senate election. Massachusetts   Barack Obama wins presidential election
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US senator beats Tea Party rival Map of Mississippi  Mississippi: Republican Senator Thad Cochran, who is seeking re-election, has narrowly beaten a Tea Party candidate in a high-profile primary in Mississippi Republicans reeling after Eric Cantor primary loss   US Republicans are reeling after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his primary election to a challenger from the party's populist Tea Party... US Supreme Court strikes down overall donor limits  U.S. Supreme Court: The US Supreme Court has struck down overall political campaign contribution limits for individual donors Booker wins New Jersey Senate seat   Newark Mayor Cory Booker has won a special election to represent New Jersey in the US Senate New Jersey votes for new senator US and UK concern over Zimbabwe vote Democrats hold Kerry's Senate seat. Massachusetts US court quashes voting law clause. U.S. Supreme Court   US running mates clash in debate Map of Danville Kentucky Kentucky  Kentucky: US vice-presidential candidates Joe Biden and Paul Ryan have clashed in their one and only debate, as polling shows the US election race tightening   Romney revels in triple primary win   Wisconsin: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has cruised to victory in Maryland's primary, Wisconsin and DC Obama announces re-election bid Obama says US voters 'frustrated' Republicans win House, Dems keep Senate


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Aug.17  Obama makes tax offer to Romney
Jun.6  White House downplays Wisconsin loss
May.8  Senator Lugar loses Indiana poll
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Feb.7  Mexico fugitive linked to Obama 2012 bid


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Nov.22  National security focus at TV debate
Oct.31  Herman Cain denies sexual harassment
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Dec.31  Miller accepts Senate loss
Nov.4  Democrat Murray win in Washington state
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  US Republicans have ridden a wave of economic discontent to capture the House but President Obama's party has kept the Senate.    GOP has picked up nine governorships from Democrats. Republicans took six Senate seats from...
Republicans build up Senate seats. USA Jan.21  Supreme Court overturns campaign limit Jan.19 Republicans win key US Senate election  Massachusetts: Republican Scott Brown has won the race for the Senate seat in the state of Massachusetts left vacant by Edward Kennedy's death

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Jan.31 Obama praises peaceful Iraq polls


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Nov.4   Barack Obama wins presidential election
  As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold
  Obama is projected to win California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Virginia. Democratic Senator says 'change has come to America', after being elected the first black president of the United States
Dems retains control of House of Reps
. U.S. Congress Oct.2 Biden and Palin meet in TV debate. Missouri Sep.4   McCain vows to shake up Washington   Minnesota: John McCain said he's prepared to reach across the aisle to get the country 'back on the road to prosperity and peace' Sep.2 Bush backs McCain for president. Minnesota Jun.7 Obama praises 'valiant' Clinton   Clinton backs Obama and bows out   Hillary Clinton has told her supporters to unite behind Barack Obama as she suspended her campaign to become the nominee for the president May.31   Democrats reach delegate deal   Hillary Clinton's efforts to secure the Party's nomination for president have suffered a setback. US Democrats hold key poll talks May.20 Clinton wins primary. Kentucky May.13 Clinton wins W Virginia primary. USA May.6 H. Clinton narrowly won Indiana primary Apr.22   Clinton 'wins key Democrat vote'  Pennsylvania: Hillary Clinton has beaten Democratic rival Barack Obama. Analysts say she needs a big win to keep her campaign alive Clinton's poll day threat to Iran. USA Mar.21 US candidates' records breached Mar.20 Firings over Obama file breach Mar.4 Clinton takes key primary polls. Texas Feb.23 Clinton denounces Obama tactics. USA Feb.12   Obama, McCain sweep Potomac primaries   While John McCain was inching toward the Republican presidential nomination, Barack Obama staked a claim as the Democratic front-runner Jan.19   Clinton wins tight Nevada caucus  Hillary Clinton has won a close-fought presidential caucus with 51% of the Democratic vote, to 45% for Barack Obama Jan.13  Democrats clash over civil rights

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Nov.7  Bush urges Musharraf on election Jan.20 Hillary Clinton joins 2008 race
  New York: Democratic Senator, wife of former president Bill, has taken the first step towards running for the US presidency in 2008

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Nov.9   Democrats secure sweeping win   U.S. Senate: Democrats have gained the final seat in the battle for the Senate, sealing their mid-term victory in both houses Nov.8  Democrats to control Senate Nov.7   Democrats seize control of House
   USA: The Dems has won control of the House of Representatives in the mid-term elections. Senate hangs on 2 races
 The Democrats had picked up the 15 seats needed to wrest power. The Democratic Party focused on voters' anger over the Iraq, while the Republicans stressed their own stance on security. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi stands to become the first female House speaker. Arnie holds California


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Nov.3 President Bush declares victory 'historic' Nov.2 Senate chief Daschle loses seat. U.S. Senate   Bush re-elected
   USA: In Ohio Kerry trailed Bush by about 104,000 votes out of just over 5 million cast -- 48% to 51%.    George W Bush projected himself during the campaign as th...
Oct.30  Tom Ridge: Vote without fear Sep.24  Iraq poll plans spark new US row Jul.30  Bush and Kerry hit campaign trail Feb.20 Caucus plan for Iraq shelved

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Dec.15 Gore will not run for president in 2004  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race Nov.5 Congress falls to Republicans
  House of Representatives: Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate Mar.20  Congress approves campaign cash curbs

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Dec.13   Gore conceded race
  Republican Bush addressed the nation as the president-elect from the House chamber of the Texas Dec.12  Sup. Court sends case to Florida Dec.9  High Court Stops Recounts Dec.4 High Court Ruling helps Bush
. U.S. Supreme Court Nov.7 Hillary Clinton Wins Senate Race. New York   Closest Presidential election
  Bush's slim lead in Florida leads to automatic recount in that state.    Democratic candidate Al Gore received more popular votes but fewer electoral votes than Republican candidate George W. Bush. Supreme Court in Bush...
Feb.7 Hillary Clinton enters Senate race. New York