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Record voter participation this year seems to predict a Democratic win, but history shows otherwise.
Vote early. That's Hillary Clinton's campaign drumbeat in Texas, where starting yesterday and continuing until three days before the March 4 primary, Lone Star voters are allowed to mark their ballots at special locations in their counties.
The DNC brings together a mixed bag of political celebrities and political nobodies as superdelegates.
The huge wave of voters that turned out for the Iowa and New Hampshire Democratic contests has chilled GOP hopes for an easy congressional election cycle. In states like New Hampshire, where candidates like Sen. John Sununu are in election trouble, a big November Democratic turnout could doom Republicans, said key officials. An example: There were nearly 60,000 more votes in the New Hampshire 2008 Democratic presidential primary (about 285,000) than Sununu received in his first election bid in 2002 (about 227,000).
Obama's success so far may have improved confidence among black voters that he can win the nomination.
After being untargeted in Iowa, they showed up in New Hampshire.
Court hears oral arguments on Indiana legislation.
Politically, the idea of a first woman president does not transfix young women voters.
Why it's so hard to make sure that voting day goes as it should.
Hans von Spakovsky's Justice Department actions are at issue