US elections 2004

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The rudest things they ever said about the Guardian
This newspaper has upset public figures from Blair to Trump. Here we look at some of the resultant indignation

Rupert Neate

11, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Michael Moore: I convinced Quentin Tarantino to vote for the first time
The documentarian has revealed that Quentin Tarantino was persuaded by Moore’s 2004 film Fahrenheit 9/11 to register and cast his ballot paper

Catherine Shoard

13, Sep, 2015 @8:29 PM

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Voting machine password hacks as easy as 'abcde', details Virginia state report
AVS WinVote machines used in three presidential elections in state ‘would get an F-minus’ in security, said computer scientist who pushed for decertification

Sam Thielman in New York

15, Apr, 2015 @6:05 PM

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Mitt Romney or Barack Obama: who does the economy favour? | Harry J Enten

Harry J Enten: Republicans are perplexed that Romney's not ahead in a weak economy, but crucially voters still blame Bush more than Obama

Harry J Enten

13, Sep, 2012 @1:30 PM

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How US rules on former felons voting can swing presidential elections | Harry J Enten

Harry J Enten: Unlike most countries, some US states ban even ex-felons from voting. Given their numbers, that can easily change the result

Harry J Enten

03, Jul, 2012 @8:57 PM

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Q&A with Ana Marie Cox and Jim Geraghty: the John Edwards trial

Ana Marie Cox and Jim Geraghty: Join today's live webchat to discuss the fall from grace and prosecution of the former Democratic presidential hopeful

Ana Marie Cox and Jim Geraghty

23, May, 2012 @4:44 PM

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Five US election game-changing moments that weren't | Harry J Enten

Harry J Enten: Beware when the media declare a critical campaign disaster or triumph. In fact, such incidents often don't count for much

Harry J Enten

03, May, 2012 @10:05 PM

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Why Mitt Romney's going down as the 'flip-flopper' in 2012 | Alex Slater

Alex Slater: Republicans have brutalised past Democratic candidates for 'flip-flopping'. The irony of 2012 is Romney's vulnerability

Alex Slater

03, Apr, 2012 @4:37 PM

Iain Duncan Smith: Bloggers will rescue the right
Iain Duncan Smith: Beat the metropolitan elite with the tactics of US conservatives.

Iain Duncan Smith

19, Feb, 2005 @10:11 AM

Full text: Bush's inauguration speech
Vice President Cheney, Mr. Chief Justice, President Carter, President Bush, President Clinton, members of the United States Congress, reverend, clergy, distinguished guests, fellow citizens on this day, prescribed by law and marked by ceremony, we celebrate the durable wisdom of our Constitution and recall the deep commitments that unite our country.

20, Jan, 2005 @4:52 PM

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Bush sworn in for second term
George Bush was sworn in as America's 16th second-term president today in front of a crowd of some dignitaries and Republican party workers on the steps of the Capitol.

Mark Oliver

20, Jan, 2005 @4:50 PM

George Monbiot: The US media promotes the Republican cause

George Monbiot: The US media is disciplined by corporate America into promoting the Republican cause.

George Monbiot

18, Jan, 2005 @1:04 AM

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