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December 8, 2014 In her runoff against Republican Bill Cassidy, incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu, D.-La., didn't just lose — she was walloped. The win gave the GOP complete dominance of the Deep South in the Senate.
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President Obama pauses while speaking at the LBJ Presidential Library, on Thursday in Austin, Texas.
April 10, 2014 In a speech commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, President Obama remembered Lyndon Johnson as complex man who seized a moment and became a giant of American history.
The Libertarians are considered the nation's most viable third party, but they have surpassed 1 percent of the vote only once in 10 tries for the presidency.
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July 2, 2012 As we approach Independence Day, it seems clear that there will not be a significant "independent" presidential candidate competing against President Obama and Mitt Romney this year.
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