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Candidates Courting An Elusive Vote: Men

While Republicans typically do better among white males than do Democrats, candidates often have a harder time reaching men than women — no matter their race or political dispositions.

Queremos Paz Gotan Project
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Had to Hear Real Estate
Dory's Day Out Garage a Trois

When Dawn Gioia first received a request to lease mineral rights under her home, in a downtown neighborhood in Brighton, Colo., she thought it was a scam. Lesley McClurg/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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Residents Worry Urban Drilling Will Turn Downtowns Into Oil Towns

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Indigo Road Joey Fehrenbach
Benny's Crib Benny Green
Catgroove Parov Stelar
Black Disciples Ernest Ranglin & Monty Alexander

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A $1 Microscope Folds From Paper With A Drop Of Glue

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Red Leaves The Giving Tree Band
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Erre Boogarins
Past Lives Real Estate

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Perdue Says Its Hatching Chicks Are Off Antibiotics

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Hot Box Kyle Eastwood
Heads or Tails Booker T. & the MG's

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The Business Of Halloween Means You Can Buy An Arm And A Leg

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