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DENVER, Aug. 23 — Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain are locked in a highly competitive race for the White House, with voters giving McCain a clear edge as a potential commander in chief but Obama a sizable advantage on economic issues, the subject of greatest concern to voters,… (Washington Post — 14 hours ago)
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In highly competitive White House race, voters give McCain edge on security but prefer Obama on economic matters, Post-ABC News survey shows.

Support for Each Candidate Holds Steady
Support for Each Candidate Holds Steady

(Washington Post — 24 August, 2008)
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As Michelle Obama and Cindy McCain prepare for party nominating conventions, both are viewed more favorably than not, Post-ABC poll shows.

(Washington Post — 13 hours ago)
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DENVER: Heading into two critical weeks of the campaign – thefour-day Democratic National Convention is set to open here thisweek, with the Republican National Convention next week – aWashington Post-ABC News poll gives Barack Obama a slight edge overJohn McCain among registered voters. (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 hours ago)
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Some delegates to the Democratic National Convention hold lingering concerns about Barack Obamas level of experience, according to a new poll. (New York Times — 13 hours ago)
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This is Veep Week. That, in reality, is about all that anyone outside Sen. Barack Obama’s inner, inner circle knows — that sometime before next week the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee will announce his running mate. Beyond that, the political world is in a zone of fevered speculation. (Washington Post — 20 August, 2008)
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DENVER, Aug. 24 — A week after a young state senator named Barack Obama stood in Chicago’s Daley Plaza and denounced the move toward a “dumb war,” Joseph R. Biden Jr. took to the well of the U.S. Senate to make a much more nuanced argument, both for a resolution that he knew could lead to the…

(Washington Post — 7 hours ago)
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John McCain has grabbed the lead over presidential election rivalBarack Obama in a new opinion poll, in the latest sign ofaccelerating momentum for the Republican as the key phase dawns intheir White House battle. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 21 August, 2008)
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Convinced that financially pinched voters might hold the electoral key in November, the candidates chose an unlikely strategy that drew attention to their own wealth. (New York Times — 22 August, 2008)
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