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Presidential Candidate Profiles
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Democratic: Barack Obama | Campaign
Republican: John McCain | Campaign
Libertarian: Bob Barr | Campaign
Independent: Ralph Nader | Campaign

Other Party Candidates
Boston Tea Party: Charles Jay | Campaign
Constitution Party: Chuck Baldwin | Campaign
Green Party: Cynthia McKinney | Campaign
New American Independent Party: Frank McEnulty | Campaign
Party for Socialism and Liberation: Gloria La Riva | Campaign
Prohibition Party: Gene Amondson | Campaign
Reform Party: Ted Weill | Wikipedia entry
Socialist Party: Brian Moore | Campaign
Socialist Workers Party: Róger Calero | Wikipedia entry


Voter Resources

Rumor Has It... Snopes.com debunks (or verifies) rumors and claims on the internet about:
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Project Sunlight: Track lobbying, member items and legislation in New York. An initiative of the NYS Attorney General.
League of Women Voters DemocracyNet: Great one-stop election resource.
NYS Board of Elections Campaign Finance Database: Enter the last name of any candidate in New York to find out where the money comes from and where it goes.
Open Secrets: Campaign finance information broken down by industry, region, etc., for mostly federal politicans. Follow the money in politics.

Grassroots Group Urges Clinton to Run for President

The leader of a national "Hillary Clinton for President" movement came to the State Capitol Wednesday to promote his grassroots effort to encourage the Senator and former First Lady to run in 2008. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

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