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Hey everyone I’m amy Paffrath for get the daily**** your online video news source with your political brief.
In all 24 states are holding primary elections today. Mike Huckabee scores first with a major win in West Virginia. Who saw that coming?
Some of the biggest prizes of the primary season -- California, New York, Illinois, New Jersey, Missouri and Georgia -- are up for grabs.
More than four-fifths of the 2,025 delegates needed to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination and more than 1,000 of the 1,191 necessary delegates on the Republican side are at stake.
Hillary Clinton started her day by casting her ballot in her home state of New York. While Barack Obama started his day on the opposite coast, San Francisco, then headed to Los Angeles and will end his day in his home state of Illinois.
John McCain started his day in a rally in New York while Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee were in W. Virginia.
Pollsters are predicting the most likely result of Super Tuesday will be a Republican nomination while the Democratic nomination will be too close to call. This has been Amy Paffrath for gethedaily****.
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John McCain goes to CPAC, Hillary Clinton loans her campaign money while Barack Obama rakes in cash, and Chelsea Clinton hits the trail.
Hey everyone! I'm ----Ginny Jones your host for playingpoliticstv****, your online video guide to everything political. On this edition of playing politics I will be discussing presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former first lady of the United States, is one of the candidates for the Democratic nomination in this year’s presidential election. Hillary was the only American first lady to run for public office and became the first female senator in the state in 2000 when she was elected.
Clinton began her career as a lawyer and began to take a prominent position in policy matters as first lady. In 1993, President Bill Clinton appointed his wife to head and be the chairwoman of the Task Force on National Health Care Reform, hoping to replicate the success she had in leading the effort for Arkansas education reform. The recommendation of the task force became known as the Clinton health care plan, a complex proposal that would mandate employers to provide health coverage to their employees through individual health maintenance organizations.
This major initiative failed to gain approval by the U.S. Congress in 1994, but it didn’t stop her because in 1997 she established the State Children's Health Insurance Program and the Adoption and Safe Families Act.
On January 20, 2007, Clinton announced on her Web site the formation of a presidential exploratory committee, with the intention to become a candidate for president in the United States presidential election of 2008. In her announcement, she stated, "I'm in. And I'm in to win." No woman has ever been nominated by a major party for President of the United States,] and Clinton is the first woman seen to have a good chance of winning a nomination.
Today her priorities are health care, advocating middle-class families, creating jobs, expanding children's health care and protecting Social Security from privatization. She has also been fighting to strengthen our approach to homeland security and to improve our communications and intelligence operations.
Thanks for watching playing politicstv****, I’m Ginny Jones reminding you to get out and vote.
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Virginia, Maryland, and DC hold primaries today, Hillary Clinton wants to fight, Barack Obama feels the love, and Mike Huckabee battles John McCain dragon.
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Hillary Clinton fights to stay alive, Roger Clemens testifies to Congress, and, for Valentine’s Day, a new Larry Craig development.
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The republican nomination is all but decided and the democrats have a new front runner.
Hi everyone I'm Andrea Rene for get the daily**** and this is your political brief.
Yesterday marked three important victories for Senator Barack Obama. He has won eight consecutive voting contest, including the elections held in Virgina, Maryland, and the Distric of Colombia yesterday, that puts him in the leading position for overall delegates over Senator Hillary Clinton. Hillary has been making some changes in her camp, including replacing her campaign manager. She is looking forward to contests in Ohio and Texas as a place where she could possibly regain her ground in the race, and is confident she still has pledged from superdelegates that will help her get to the convention. ON the Republican side, Senator John McCain took 3 decisive victories yesterday as well. Cementing his position as the Republican front runner, despite the many criticisms from Republicans saying he isn't conservative enough for the party, noting his stances on immigration and tax cuts. Even though Mitt Romney threw in the towel, Governor Mike Huckabee soliders on in the race because as he says, he is determined to give the party another viable candidate that represents true conservative ideals, though he is lagging far behind McCain. His next chance to win some more votes comes next week in the Washington and Wisconsin primaries.
That is your political brief from get the daily****. I'm Andrea rene and be sure to check back at get the daily for ongoing election coverage.
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Republicans walk out of Congress over contempt proceedings, New Mexico finally goes for Hillary Clinton, and Mitt Romney endorses John McCain.
Hillary Clinton said some negative things about Barack Obama's speeches in 2/14/08 at the GM Plant in Warren, Ohio.
Deval Patrick's opponent said some negative things about his speeches too when he ran for Governor of Massachusetts.
This video mashes up Hillary Clinton and Deval Patrick.
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It’s primary day in Wisconsin, Hillary Clinton accuses Barack Obama of plagiarism, and Hawaiians caucus tonight.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is one of the rising stars in the Democratic party. He's the first Latino mayor of Los Angeles in recent history and he also serves as a co-chairman to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
He discusses the state of the Clinton campaign after her losses in Wisconsin and Hawaii. He also discussed the dilemma that immigration reform poses to politicians across the country.
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Hillary and Barack debate in Texas, Bush calls Pakistan, and rioters set the US embassy in Serbia ablaze. Marta Costello hosts the Gnooze (the G is silent) - today’s top stories in about 3 minutes.
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Blowback from the New York Times story favors John McCain, Hillary Clinton lands a clunky line in a boring debate, and Barack Obama met with fringe leftists from the 1960s.
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