Campaign 2008: President

Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty has indicated for the first time he'd be receptive to being on the ticket with the presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain. (06/08/2008)
Hillary Rodham Clinton ended her historic campaign for the presidency on Saturday and told supporters to unite behind rival Barack Obama, closing out a race that was as grueling as it was groundbreaking. (06/07/2008)
Republican presidential hopeful John McCain will start running ads on Twin Cities TV stations tomorrow. (06/06/2008)
In the wake of Barack Obama's victory speech, Minnesota supporters of Hillary Clinton are now coming to terms with the inevitable end of her presidential campaign. (06/04/2008)
At the close of the primary season, Midday broadcasts speeches made by the two presumptive presidential nominees, Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain, who are now working to frame the issues for the election in November. (Midday, 06/04/2008)
As people piled into the Xcel Energy Center to catch a glimpse of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, the line out the door kept getting longer. At one point, it stretched for more than a mile and a half. For people at the end of line, they never gave up hope. (06/04/2008)
Officials estimated that 30,000 to 40,000 people stood in a line that snaked through the heart of St. Paul. Many in the line said they were drawn to the event because they felt it was a chance to be part of history. (06/04/2008)
Republican John McCain is casting the fall election in terms of experience. (06/04/2008)
A big question in the Democratic presidential race now is will Hillary Clinton supporters unite behind Barack Obama? (06/03/2008)
Polls taken last year at this time showed Hillary Clinton with a commanding 15 point lead over any of her Democratic rivals. But the tide turned at different points for different voters. (06/03/2008)



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