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The property is worth a lot less than when he took ownership in 2000, and the world is far more dangerous place. Now it's up to the rest of us to clean up the mess.

The Nation's Ari Melber discusses 'Election Obsession' and the internet's role in the public's high-level of participation.

Chris Hayes, Laura Flanders, Leslie Savan, John Nichols, Andrew Gumbel and Ari Berman preview Election 2008.

Attorney Sarah Weddington discusses the impact this election could have on reproductive rights.

From the thousands of politicized poets who submitted election-themed verse to People for the American Way's haiku contest, here are the winners.

Colbert says he has the courage to cross party lines and to join a ticket that's got a pretty good shot of winning.

Self-appointed Internet cops are forcing accountability for the dirtiest tricks in politics.

Barack Obama dismisses accusations from the right and shares his optimism for November 4 with Jon Stewart.

To change the country, to make our voices heard and, most of all, to declare that we are all in this together.

All evidence to the contrary, mainstream media continue to frame election issues with discredited right-wing assumptions.

Blogs

With different backgrounds but matching policies, the former Minnesota governor is on Mitt’s short list for running mate. 

June 18, 2012

New Hampshire Republicans generated little enthusiasm on the campaign trail and underwhelming turnout on Tuesday.  

January 11, 2012

Hope for a stronger economy, clean energy, green jobs, and improved health and security for our nation drove youth voters to the polls in record numbers on November 4.

November 10, 2008

By 10:00 am, 565 students at the Florida A&M University at Tallahassee, Florida already voted.

November 4, 2008

By 7am, there was already a line of over 1000 students waiting to vote at Penn State University, PA.

November 4, 2008

YouTube and PBS are offering a prominent platform for citizens to police the election process on November 4.

October 21, 2008