2012 Texas President Votes

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Right to Vote
Right to Vote

Election Day Vote
Election Day Vote

Don't Forget to Vote
Don't Forget to Vote

Barack Obama
Barack Obama

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Gun bill defeat is personal for Obama

President Barack Obama center leaves a news conference in the Rose Garden of the White House, Wednesday, April …What happens to a president who romps to reelection, channels a national tragedy that...
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Lingering racism crux of voting rights case

The historical marker, placed by the Alabama Historical Association, on the original Shelby County courthouse. (Tommy Daspit/YCN) “Nobody likes to be stereotyped,” said Reggie Giles, a resident of...
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Lingering racism crux of voting rights case

The historical marker, placed by the Alabama Historical Association, on the original Shelby County courthouse. (Tommy Daspit/YCN) “Nobody likes to be stereotyped,” said Reggie Giles, a resident of...
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