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Pop Quiz: Fun Facts from Inauguration Days Gone By

Filed under: U.S. Government, Elections, Barack ObamaGallery: Pop Quiz: Inauguration

Bruce Watson is a senior features writer for DailyFinance. You can reach him by e-mail at bruce.watson@teamaol.com, or follow him on Twitter at @bruce1971. Pop Qui…

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Boardroom Politics: Shareholders Suing to Learn Truth About Corporate Donations

Filed under: Elections, Scandals and Lawsuits, InvestingThe Supreme Court’s “Citizens United” decision in 2010 frustrated many who sought more transparency regarding political donations. It was a sharply divided 5-to-4 ruling, but in the end it gave co…

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October Breaks Record for Political Television Ads, Nielsen Says

Politicians exposed Americans to a record number of political advertisements last month as candidates spent big to court undecided voters in advance of the Nov. 2 midterm election.
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Midterm Election TV Viewership Rose 11% from 2006, Nielsen Says

Networks broadcasting midterm election results attracted 11% more viewers than they did during the 2006 elections, and about a third more than the 2002 midterms, indicating the heightened level political interest among Americans…

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Voters Nationwide Push Back Against Local Tax Cuts

Despite the recession and Tea Party cries of “Taxed Enough Already,” a surprising number of communities across the country voted to keep their tax burdens at current levels.
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