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Health care law wins reprieve with Obama re-election –The Washington Times

Like a sick patient who somehow always rallies, President Obama’s health care law survived another scare Tuesday with Mr. Obama’s defeat of Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Tuesday.The future of the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, appears secure with Mr. Obama’s victory over an opponent who vowed to begin repealing the law on his very first day in office. The sweeping health care law, the crown jewel of Mr. Obama’s first-term agenda, had previously cheated death in June when it was upheld by the Supreme Court on a 5-4 decision. Read entire article

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Latino role in election to fuel new immigration reform push –Los Angeles Times

WASHINGTON — The outsized role that Latino voters played in securing victories for President Obama and Democratic Senate candidates has energized the effort to rewrite America’s immigration laws, but opposition in Congress, particularly among House Republicans, remains a significant hurdle. In his election-night victory speech, President Obama specifically mentioned “fixing…

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Obama wins reelection, according to network projections –Washington Post

President Barack Obama was on the verge of winning a second-term Tuesday night, defeating Republican Mitt Romney in a series of close battleground state contests, according to network projections.  Some prizes–Florida, Ohio and Virginia–were still too close to call, but there were encouraging signs for Obama because of still-to-be counted votes in Democratic strongholds there. Read…

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Republicans keep House, Democrats have early wins in bid to keep Senate –Fox News

Democrats pulled off a series of early Election Night victories in their quest to keep control of the Senate, while Republicans kept control of the House. Thirty-three Senate seats are up for grabs, but 10 hotly-contested ones were expected to decide the race.  With polls closed across most of the country, Fox News projected Democratic victories in many of the key Senate races,…

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Battleground States Bring Obama Second Term –Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—Voters awarded President Barack Obama a second term Tuesday, as he swept most battleground states despite voters’ lingering concerns about the economy and the direction that the country is headed.  From the start of this campaign, polls showed the president with narrow but persistent leads in the states that would have the final say on Election Day. While the overall…

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President Obama beats Romney, unemployment in election victory –Los Angeles Times

WASHINGTON — Barack Obama has won the 2012 presidential election, overcoming a determined challenge from Mitt Romney  and the worst election-day unemployment rate since World War II.  For the 51-year-old Democratic incumbent, gaining a second term during a weak economic recovery proved even more difficult than his historic selection as the nation’s first African American…

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Obama rolls to re-election, TV networks project –Reuters

(Reuters) – President Barack Obama rolled to re-election and a second term in the White House on Tuesday, television networks projected, defeating Republican challenger Mitt Romney and overcoming deep doubts about his handling of the U.S. economy.  Obama defeated Romney in a series of key swing states despite a weak economic recovery and persistently high unemployment as U.S….

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Obama pulls out reelection in hard-fought battle –Los Angeles Times

WASHINGTON — With Ohioans casting the decisive votes, President Obama was reelected Tuesday in a hard-fought battle with Mitt Romney that turned out to be nearly as close as advertised. Network projections of an Obama victory in the perennial swing state of Ohio, shortly after 8:10 p.m. PST, put the nation’s first black president over the top in an uphill second-term fight…

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Obama pulls out reelection in hard-fought battle –Los Angeles Times

WASHINGTON — With Ohioans casting the decisive votes, President Obama was reelected Tuesday in a hard-fought battle with Mitt Romney that turned out to be nearly as close as advertised.Network projections of an Obama victory in the perennial swing state of Ohio, shortly after 8:10 p.m. PST, put the nation’s first black president over the top in an uphill second-term fight in…

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Voters back Obama despite economic concerns, exit polls show –NBC News

President Barack Obama won re-election despite an electorate that sees a nation on the wrong track, with a weak and troubling economy, according to NBC projections and exit polls.  Exit poll interviews with voters point to three big reasons for Obama’s victory: •First, despite a slim majority of voters thinking the country is on the wrong track, 54 percent approve of the…

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Battlegrounds to Decide Race; Tight Race in Florida –Wall Street Journal

President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney were locked in a tight race in Florida late Tuesday, while the president saw encouraging signs as he won New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Michigan. With nearly 90% of precincts reporting in the coveted battleground of Florida, the president and his Republican challenger were in a virtual tie.  In Virginia, another hard-fought…

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Obama wins battlegrounds of Pa., N.H., Mich., Wis.; Romney leads in electoral-vote count –Fox News

President Obama pocketed a burst of battleground wins Tuesday night, keeping the race against Mitt Romney at a near-tie as key states remained too close to call.  The president’s biggest prize so far is Pennsylvania, a vital battleground where Romney made a late play for support.  Obama also walked away with a win in the swing states of New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Michigan,…

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