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Business Voters on the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election
Diminishing Voters’ Rights [infographic] Thousands of voters will find it difficult, if not impossible, to vote in the rapidly-approaching 2012 presidential election thanks to new changes in voters’ rights and voting laws across several states in the U.S.
Still undecided on Florida’s GOP Presidential Preference Primary? Sunshine State News brings you a special election 2012 offering: a graphic at-a-glance representation of the 2012 GOP presidential candidates — Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Rick Santorum. Brought to you by sunshinestatenews.com.
In honor of the upcoming President’s Day holiday—and because all things presidential are in the air with the upcoming election in November—MyMove.com has taken a look at the moves and homes of former (and current) US Presidents. From birth states to the White House, we’ve compared their moving paths and famous presidential homes along the way. Brought to you by mymove.com.
Last night, Rick Santorum was victorious among voters in Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado, but did this Republican hopeful also rake in the national media vote? HighBeam Research measured the media attention of each GOP contender during the week leading up to Tuesday’s elections to determine which candidate had been receiving the most media buzz. Brought to you by highbeam.com.
Santorum Surges in Popularity, Increases Fan Base by 107 Percent in Past 30 Days, While Top Candidates Increase Use of Links, Videos for Voter Engagement. Brought to you by Socialbakers.
As is with all Presidential elections in the United States, taxes are again central to the political discussion around who will be the best man to lead our nation. Will it be President Obama for a second term? Or will the stable of Republican challengers win the day? We don’t have a crystal ball here but what we do have is The Tax Institute at H Block. Brought to you by hrblock.com.