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Voter stickers at a polling station Tuesday in San Francisco.
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November 9, 2011 As news outlets try to figure out what Tuesday's election results tell us about what voters are thinking, they're reaching various conclusions.
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November 7, 2011 This week's Political Junkie column: President Obama says Joe Biden is doing a great job as vice president. Biden says he will run again in 2012. Hillary Clinton says rumors of her replacing Biden on the ticket are nonsense. And they are. So why doesn't this story go away?
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