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There have been winners and losers in every presidential election. The suspense of Election Day builds as the votes are tallied. Here are some of those presidential candidates at moments when they discover they have won or lost the U.S.
By Online DA
As Romney Cuts into Obama's Lead, Both Vie for Critical Votes in Swing States…
Poll Numbers Sliding, Mitt Romney Plans to Offer Policy Specifics…
John Boehner on the GOP Platform, Congressional Productivity and Romney's Speech…
Nicaragua Vote Puts Daniel Ortega's Leadership Back in Spotlight…
Obama's $86 Million Campaign Haul Leaves GOP Competitors Far Behind…
By Tom LeGro
President Obama's path to the White House in 2012 may be different than it was in 2008.
As the Senate prepares to reconvene, Jim Lehrer leads a debate between Sens. Tom Udall, D-N.M., and Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., over a Democratic proposal to adjust the filibuster rules in the Senate.
Margaret Warner speaks with Joel Dreyfuss, managing editor of TheRoot.com and a native of Haiti, for more on the political disputes there.
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