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Sunday, January 17, 2021

Voters see gas tax suspension as political ploy

A majority of voters surveyed by The New York Times see the gas tax suspension supported by Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and John McCain as just another political ploy and most also say the uproar over the relationship between Sen. Barack Obama and his pastor doesn’t change their opinion of the Democratic Presidential frontrunner.

However, voters also feel questions about Obama could affect how voters cast their ballots in the November General Election.

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Democrats fear divided party after nominee chosen

SHELBYVILLE, Indiana (Reuters) – U.S. presidential primaries often divide party loyalists, but the drawn-out battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama may leave some Democrats too bitter to band together against the Republicans in November.

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