Less than one year ago, Voices without Votes was created to offer a voice of those who couldn't vote in the U.S. presidential election to those who could. Our exciting journey has reached its final destination with Barack Obama's inauguration today. However, before we say "goodbye," our authors have chosen ...
American minorities are on the fence with President-elect Obamaâ€™s decision to appoint New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson as Secretary of Commerce. On the other side of the fence, Mexican Americans are lauding the appointment.
Two weeks since Barack Obama was elected president and a little less than eight weeks away from his inauguration, and world bloggers have commented on every move the heâ€™s been making and every post heâ€™s assigned.
With less than two weeks away from the closing of the 2008 election, talk about Sarah Palin running in 2012 is already hitting the blogosphere.
In the Netherlands, Michael van der Galien writes it is obvious the Republican Party has already set plans for the next presidential election.
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Just hours after Barack Obama was named President-Elect, bloggers across the Pacific began recording their thoughts on the historic victory. Hoa Quach reviews blogs from Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Election Day is almost over. However, the problems at the polls arenâ€™t â€“ as issues across the states have been reported with news of it traveling around the globe. Bloggers from around the world react.
As millions of Americans step into the polls today, Asians are snoozing away and will soon wake up to the news of who will be next to head the worldâ€™s most powerful country. Before they went to bed, however, bloggers across Asia about what they hoped and expected to find out when they wake up.
Voices without Votes continuously aggregates interesting links about the election from world bloggers. Our authors take turns picking their top 3 personal favorites every weekday. Today's picks are from Cuba, Canada and Malaysia.
The disturbing news of two young men plotting to assassinate Democratic candidate Barack Obama have reached the blogosphere with global citizens commenting on what it means for the election and the U.S.
As the 2008 election faces its final days of campaigning, newspapers nation-wide are taking on their role as the â€œfourth branch of the governmentâ€ by endorsing either candidate. Over the weekend, Alaskaâ€™s largest newspaper Anchorage Daily News announced its endorsement of Democratic nominee Barack Obama, despite its governor on the opposing ticket.