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Presidential Election Turns Heated Corner

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Presidential Election Turns Heated Corner

Election 2008

Presidential Election Turns Heated Corner

Presidential Election Turns Heated Corner

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For more than a year, the candidates have been practically going door to door spreading the word in two relatively small states. After the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary comes Super Tuesday, so brace yourself for the commercials and phone calls urging you to get out and vote.

This year, it's difficult to predict who will win the nominations. Republicans are undecided because they're not excited about anyone. Democrats are having a hard time, too, but for opposite reasons: They have too many good choices.