Poll: Voters relieved by decisive election
Most American voters say the decisive presidential election last week has given them renewed confidence about the nation's electoral system and they're hopeful about the next four years, an Associated Press Poll finds.
Mon, 8 Nov 2004 20:25:31 GMT
Rove speaks out on Bush's win
President Bush "absolutely" will use his second term to push for a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, his top political strategist said Sunday. Karl Rove, who oversaw Bush's re-election victory, said Bush will renew the effort, which failed in Congress this year but may enjoy new support after 11 states approved bans on same-sex marriage on Election Day.
Mon, 8 Nov 2004 20:16:19 GMT
Big voter turnout seen among young adults
Under-30 voters came through in big numbers this year, with more than 20 million casting a ballot for president, researchers found. The turnout bested their 2000 showing by more than nine percentage points and heartened activists who worked to get young voters to the polls.
Mon, 8 Nov 2004 19:58:00 GMT
McGreevey contrite in farewell
A contrite New Jersey Gov. James McGreevey delivered a farewell address Monday in which he said he does not apologize "for being a gay American but rather for having let personal feelings impact my decision-making."
Mon, 8 Nov 2004 20:09:53 GMT
Congressional watchdogs critical of new census survey
The Census Bureau must make changes to a new annual survey that collects demographic information on Americans or risk having to mail "long forms" again for the next head count in 2010, congressional watchdogs said Monday.
Mon, 8 Nov 2004 19:11:38 GMT
Rove: Bush serious about gay marriage ban
President Bush in his second term "absolutely" would push for a constitutional amendment that says marriage consists only of the union of a man and a woman, White House political adviser Karl Rove said.
Mon, 8 Nov 2004 15:23:29 GMT
Recluse voted to school board
Steve Rocco didn't file a candidate statement or mount a campaign for the school board. He's unknown to teachers and the district and only barely known to his neighbors.
Mon, 8 Nov 2004 03:36:04 GMT
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