Monday, February 11, 2008

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Stories from the 2008 US Presidential Election

Alan Keyes wants everyone to know that he's still racing for the Republican Party appointment for the 2008 US Presidential Election.

By saying that he thinks he can still win, the name of the candidate has almost no recognition, a problem usually associated with independent candidates or third party candidates. Keyes blames the media for his lack of recognition.

Keyes centers its predominantly popular campaign in Texas, where he hopes to win the next primary. During a recent campaign, stop yourself LubbockKeyes asked voters to stick to their morals, vote for him and let God perform a "miracle".

Dr. Keyes did not win any state on Super Tuesday, and to date, zero delegate.

Keyes is the former ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. The other important candidates registered for Republican candidacy are: Mike Huckabee (former Governor of Arkansas), John McCain (American Senator of Arizona), and Dr. Ron Paul (US Representative of Texas and Libertarian Presidential Candidate of 1988). Twenty-five others are also registered with the Federal Election Commission (FEC).

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