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Now the VOA special english programs ,words and their stories . The presidential election in the united states is November 4th. So we hear a lot of people using expression about the election . many opinion studies have asked Americans who they want to vote for . the experts say some states are likely to support John McCain ,the republican party candidate : others are likely to support Obama ,the democratic party candidate . Experts say there are a few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal .There are called swing states because they can go either way . They are also called battleground states . Experts believe that the presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few states . Traditionally ,expressions used in horse racing are used in election campaigns . the running mate is the presidential candidate choice for the vice president . The front runner is the leading candidate . If both candidates have equal support .they are said to be running neck and neck . Then the candidates enter the home stretch (终点直道) when the race is near the end . The candidates now are on the campaign trial ,traveling around the country . They have favorite subjects that they talk about to different crowds . This is called a stump speech . Willian says the expression is two hundred years old .He says candidates many years ago spoke while standing on the stump of the tree in front of the crowd . Another expression ,on the stump is to make these speeches two different groups . Some candidates carry out what is called a grass roots campaign . These involve voters at the local community level .The candidates talks to people and accept the financial donation for the campaign . These may involve getting the support of the political parties” rank and file members .These expression is also used in military and in trade unions . It means the members who formed the major part of the group but not its leaders or officers . Many people hope that the presidential campaigns are fair ,but some campaigns include mudslinging .No the candidates do not throw dirt at each other ,but they may try to destroy the opponents’ good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements . Spreading lies about someone is called a smear campaign . Some American presidential elections have ended in a landslide victory . One candidate wins a huge majority of the electoral votes . Other recent elections have been extremely close . We will know the result of this election in a few weeks . This VOA special English program was written by

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        Now ,the voa special English program words and their stories.
        The Presidential election in the United States is November 4th, so we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election.
        Many opinion studies have asked Americans whom they will vote for. Experts say some states are likely to support John McCain , the Republican Party Candidate , others are likely to support Barack Obama, the Democratic Pary's candidate.  Experts say there are a few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal ,these are called swing states, because they could go either way. They are also called battleground states. Experts believe the Presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few states.
        Traditionally expressions used in horse racing are also used in the election campaigns. The running mate is the Presidential candidates' choice for vice president. The Front runner is the leading candidate. If both canditates have equal support they are said to be running neck and neck, and candidates enter the home stretch when the race is near the end.
        The candidates are now on the campaign trail , travelling around the country. They have favourite subjects that they talk about to different crowds, this is called a stump speech.  Writter William SeFire says the expression is 200 years old.  He says candidates many years ago spoke while standing on the stump of a tree in front of a crowd. Another expression on the stump is to make these speeches to different groups.
       Some candidates carry out what is called a grass roots campaign. This involves voters at the local community level. The candidate talks to people and accepts financial donations for campaign. This may involve getting the support of the political party's rank and file members. This expression is also used in the military and in trede unions. It means the members who form the major part of a group but not it's leaders or officers.
       Many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair. But some compaigns include mudslinging , no, the candidates do not throw dirt at each other, but they may try to destroy their opponent's good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements .
       Spreading lies about someone is called a smear campaign , some American presidential elections have ended in a landslide victory . One candidate wins a huge majority of electoral votes.Other rencent elections have been extremely close, we will know the result of this election in a  few weeks.
       This voa special English program was written by Shelly Gollust .I'm Barbara Clain , you can find more words and their stories at voaspecialenglish.com.
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now the voa special english program, words and their storis" . The presidential eletion in the unite states is November 4th. so we hear a lot of people use expressions about the election. Many opinion study have asked Ameircan whom they will vote for. Experts say some states like to support John MaCain, the republican party candidate; others are likely to support Barrack Obama , the democratic party candidate. Experts say there are few states  where the  support for  two candidates is almost equal. these are called swing states because they can go either way. They are also called battle ground states . experts believe the presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few  states. Traditionally expressions used in horse-racing are also used in the election campaign. the run -mate is the presidential candidate's choice for vice president. The front runner is leading candidate. If the both of candidates have equal support, they are said to be running neck and neck. and candidate  enter to home stretch   when the race is near the end. The candidates are now on the campaign travel. travelling around the country. they have favorite subjects that they talk about to diffent crowds. this is called a stump speech. Writer //these the epxression is 200  year old. He said candicate   many years ago, spoke while  standing  on the stump of trees in front of crowd. Another expression on the Stump   is to make these speech to different groups. Some candidates carry out what's called   grass-root campgain. these involved votes at the community local. the candidate talks to people and    //financial donations for the campgain . this may involve   getting support of political  party  //and //  members. these epxression is also used in millitary and in trading union. It means members who formed  major party group , but it is not leaders or officers. many people hope presidential campgain are fair. but some campgains include  mug //known the candidates do not threat dirty at each other but they may decide to destroy their opponent's good name by saying bad things or throw misleading advertisments, speading lie about someone is called //campgain.  some Ameircan presidential election hav eended in the landsl  vitory . One candidate won huge majority of the electrial  votes. other recent election has been  extremely close. We know the reuslt of this election in a few weeks.

 

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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories. The presidential election in the United States is November 4th,so we hear a lot of people use expression about the election.Many opinion studies have asked Americans whom they will vote for.Experts say some states are likely to support John McCain the Republic Party Candidate,others are likely to support Barack Obama the Democratic Party Candidate.Experts say there are few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal.These are called swing states.Because they could go either way.They are also called battle ground states.Experts believe the presidential election will be decided by the votes in the those few states.Traditionally expression used in horseracing are also used in the election campaign.The running mate is the presidential candidate choice for vice president,the front runner is the leading candidate,if both candidate have equal support,they are said to be running neck and neck.And candidates are entered home strench when the race is near the end.The candidate are now near the campaign trial,travelling around the country.They have favorite subjects that they talked about to different crowds.This is called a stump speech.Writer Willion San Fire says the expression is two hundred year old.He says candidate many years ago spoke via standing on the stump of a tree in front of a crowd.Another expression on the stump is to make these speeches to different groups.Some candidates carry out what is called a grace roots campaign.This involves voters at local comunite level.The candidate talks to people and excepts financial donations for the campaign.This may involve getting the support of the political parties racking and file members.This expression is also used in the military and in tree unions.It means the members who form the major part of the group.But not its leaders or officers.Many people hope that presidential campaigns are unfair,but some campaigns include mud sling.No,the candidates do not throw dirt to each other but they may try to destroy their apponents good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements.Spreading lines about someone is called senior campaign.Some American presidential campaigns have ended in a length line victory.One candidate wins a huge majority of elctical votes.Other recent elections have been extremely close.We will know the result this election in a few weeks. This VOA Special English program was written by Shely Golers, I'm Bober Clime. You can find more Words and Their Stories at VOA Special English. com.
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Now the VOA special English, words and their stories. The presidential election in United States is November 4th. So we heared a lot of people use expressions about election. Many opinion studies have asked Americans whom they would vote for. Exports say some states would like to support John Mckain, the republican party candidate; others are likely to support Barack Obama, the democratic party's candidate. Experts say there are a few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal. These are called swing states, because they can go either way. They are also called background states. Experts believe the presidential election will be desided by votes in those few states. Traditionally, expressions used in horse-racing are also used in election campaigns. The running mate is the presidential candidate's choice for vice president. The first runner is the leading candidate. If both candidates have equal support, they are said to be running neck and neck and the candidates enter the home strech when the race is near the end. The candidates are now on the campaign trail travelling around the contry. They have favourite subjects that they talk about to different crowds. This is called a stump speech. Writer William Safier says the expression is 200 years old. He says candidates many years ago spoke while standing on the stump of a tree in front of a crowd. Another expression on the stump is to make these speeches to different groups. Some candidates carry out what is called a grass roots campaign. This involves voters at the local community level. The candidate talks to people and accepts finantial donations for the campaign. This may involve getting the support of the polical parties rank and file member. This expression is also used in the military and in trained unions. It means the members who form the major part of a group, but nor its leadrs or officers. Many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair, but some campaigns include mud slinging. No, the candidate do not throw dirt at each other, but they may try to destory their opponents' good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements. Spread lies about someone is called a smear campaign. Some American presidential elections have ended in a land slide victory. One candidate wins a huge majority of electoral votes. Other recent elections have been extremely close. We will know the results of this election in a few weeks.

This VOA Special English programme was writen by Sharly Garlest. I'm Barbara Cline. You can find more words and their stories at voaspecialenglish.com

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Now the Voa.Special English program-----Words And Their Stories.The presidential election in United States is Nov.4th.So we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election.Many opions studies have asked Americans who they will vote for.Experts say some states are likely to support John Macain,the Republic Party candidate.Others are likely to support Barack Obama.The Democratic Party candidate.Experts say there're a few states where the support for two candidates is almost equal.These are call the WING STATES because they can go either way.They are also called BATTLE GROUND STATES.Experts believe the presidential election will be decided by the vote in these few states.Traditionally,exressions used in horse rising are alse used in  election compaigns.The RUNNING MATE is the presidential candidates' choice for vice president.The FRONT RUNNER is the leading candidate.If both candidates have equal support,they are said to be RUNNING NECK AND NECK.And the candidates enter the HOME STRECH ,the rise is near the end.The candidates are now in the CAMPAIGN TRAIL,travelling around the country.The have favorite subjects ,they talk about two different crowds.This is called a STUMP SPEECH.Writer William Safire says the expression is 200 years old.He says candidates many years ago spoke when standing on the stump of the tree in front of crowd.Another expression ON THE STUMP is made this two speeches into different groups.Some candidates carry out what is called A GRASS ROOTS CAMPAIGN.This involves vote at the local community level.The candidates talks to people and accepts finacial donations for the campaign.This may involve getting the support of the political parties RANK AND FILE MEMBERS.This expression is also used in the military and in trade Unites.It means the member who form them major part of the group ,but it's not the leaders or officers.Many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair.But some campaigns include MUDSLINGING.Now the candidates do not throw dirt each other.But they may tay to destroy the oppenonts' good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements,spreading lies on someone is called A SMEAR CAMPAIGN.Some American presidential elections have ended in a LANDSLIDE VICTORY.One candidate wins a huge mojority of electoral votes.Other recent elections have been extremely close.We will know the results of this election in a few weeks.This Voa.Special English program was written by Sharry Gollust.I'm Babara Clein.You can find more Words and Their Stories  at Voa.Special English.com.

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Now the VOA.Special English program-----Words And Their Stories.The presidential election in the United States is Nov.4th.So we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election.Many opinions studies have asked Americans who they will vote for.Experts say some states are likely to support John Macain,the Republic Party candidate.Others are likely to support Barack Obama.The Democratic Party candidate.Experts say there're a few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal.These are call the SWING STATES because they can go either way.They are also called BATTLE GROUND STATES.Experts believe the presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few states.Traditionally,exressions used in horse racing are alse used in  election compaigns.The RUNNING MATE is the presidential candidates' choice for vice president.The FRONT RUNNER is the leading candidate.If both candidates have equal support,they are said to be RUNNING NECK AND NECK.And candidates enter the HOME STRETCH ,when the race is near the end.The candidates are now on the CAMPAIGN TRAIL,travelling around the country.The have favorite subjects ,that they talk about two different crowds.This is called a STUMP SPEECH.Writer William Safire says the expression is 200 years old.He says candidates many years ago spoke while standing on the stump of s tree in front of a crowd.Another expression ON THE STUMP is to make  these speeches to different groups.Some candidates carry out what is called A GRASS ROOTS CAMPAIGN.This involves voters at the local community level.The candidate talks to people and accepts finacial donations for the campaign.This may involve getting the support of the political parties RANK AND FILE MEMBERS.This expression is also used in the military and in trade unions.It means the members who form the major part of a group ,but not it's leaders or officers.Many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair.But some campaigns include MUDSLINGING.Now the candidates do not throw dirt  to each other.But they may try to destroy the opponent's good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements,Spreading lies about someone is called A SMEAR CAMPAIGN.Some American presidential elections have ended in a LANDSLIDE VICTORY.One candidate wins a huge mojority of electoral votes.Other recent elections have been extremely close.We will know the results of this election in a few weeks.This VOA.Special English program was written by Sharry Gollust.I'm Babara Clein.You can find more Words and Their Stories  at VOA.Special English.com.

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The presidential election in the United States is November 4th. So we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election. Many opinion studies have asked Americans who they will vote for. Experts say some states are likely to support John Mccain, the Republican Party candidate.Others are likely to support Barack Obama, the Democratic Party's candidate.Experts say there are a few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal.These are called "swing states". Because they could go either way. They are also called "Battle Ground states".Experts believe the presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few states. Traditionally expressions used in horse racing are also used in the election campaigns.The running mate is the presidential candidates’ choice for vice-president. The front runner is the leading candidate. If both candidates have equal support, they are said to be running neck and neck. And candidates enter the home stretch, when the race is near the end. The candidates are now on the campaign trail, travelling around the country. They have favourate subjects that they talk about to different crowds. This is called a stump speach. Writer William Safire says the expression is two hundred years old. He says candidates many years ago spoke or standing on the stump of a tree in front of a crowd. Another expression "on the stump" is to make these speaches to different groups. Some candidates carry out what is called a grass roots campaign. This involves voters at the local community level. The candidate talks to people and accepts financial donation for the campaign. This may involve getting the support of the political party’ rank and file members. This expression is also used in the military and in trade unions. It means the members who form the major part of group but not its leaders or officers. Many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair. But some campaigns include mugslinging .Now the canditates do not throw dirty at each other, but they may try to destroy their opponents' good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements. Spreading lies about someone is called a smear campaign. Some American presidential elections have ended in a landslide victory. One canditate wins a huge majority of the electoral votes. Other recent elections have been extremely close.We will know the results of this election in a few weeks.
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homework Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories. The presidential election in the United States is November 4th. So we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election. Many opinion studies have asked Americans whom they will vote for. Experts say some states are likely to support John McCain, the Republican Party candidate. Others are likely to support Barack Obama, the Democratic Party's candidate. Experts say there are a few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal. These are called Swing States because they could go either way. They are also called Battleground States. Experts believe the presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few states. Traditionally, expressions used in horse racing are also used in election campaigns. The running mate is the presidential candidates' choice for vice president. The front runner is the leading candidate. If both candidates have equal support, they are said to be running neck-and-neck. And candidates enter the home stretch when the race is near the end. The candidates are now on the campaign trail, travelling around the country. They have favorite subjects that they talk about to different crowds. This is called a stump speech. Writer William Safire says the expression is two hundred years old. He says candidates many years ago spoke while standing on the stump of a tree in front of a crowd. Another expression, on the stump, is to make these speeches to different groups. Some candidates carry out what is called a grass roots campaign. This involves voters at the local community level. The candidate talks to people and accepts financial donations for the campaign. This may involve getting the support of the political party’s rank and file members. This expression is also used in the military and in trade unions. It means the members who form the major part of a group, but not its leaders or officers. Many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair. But some campaigns include mudslinging. No, the candidates do not throw dirt at each other, but they may try to destroy their opponent’s good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements. Spreading lies about someone is called a smear campaign. Some American presidential elections have ended in a landslide victory. One candidate wins a huge majority of electoral votes. Other recent elections have been extremely close. We will know the results of this election in a few weeks. This VOA Special English program was written by Shelley Gollust, I'm Barbara Klein. You can find more Words and Their Stories at voaspecialenglish.com.
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the presidential election in the united states is november fourth. So we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election. Many opinion stadies have asked Americans whom they will vote for. Experts say some states will support John McCain, the Republican party candidate. Others are likely to support Barack Obama, the Democratic party candidate. Experts say that there are a few states where the support for the two candidates is amlost equal. These are called swing state because they could go either way. They are also called battleground states. Experts believe that the presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few states.

 

Traditionally, expressions used in horse racing are also used in election campaigns. The running mate is the presidential candidates' choice for vice president. The fronter runner is the leading candidate. If both candidate has equal support, they're said to be running neck-and-neck. And candidates enter the home stretch when the race is near the end.

 

The candidate are now on the campaign trail, travlling around the country.

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now the VOA special english program words and their stories
the presidential election in the united states is november 4th
so we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election many
opinion studies have ask americans whom they will vote for experts say some  states are likely to  support John McCain, the republican party candidate others are likely to support Barack Obama,the party candidate experts say there are few states where the support for he two candidates is almost equal, these are called swing states, because they could go either way , they are also called battle ground states , experts believe the presidential elecion will be decided by the votes in thoes few states .traditionally expressions used in horse racing are also used in election campaigns,the runing mate is the presidential candidates' choice for vice president.the front sunner is the leading candidate, if thoes candidates have equal support ,they are said to be running neke and neke ,and candidates enter the home strech when the race is near the end the candidates are now on the campaign trail travelling around the country,they have  favorite subjects that thay talk about two different crowds. this is called a stump apeech
writer william sapphire says the epression is 200-year-old .he says candidates many years ago spoke well standing on a stump of the trail in front of crowd, another expression on the stump is to make these speeches two different groups ,some candidates  carry out what is called aggress routes campaign ,this involves voters at the local community level ,the candidate talks 2 people and accepts financial donation for the campaign ,this may involve getting the support of the political parties rank and       members ,this expression is also used in the military and in  trained unionts, it means the members who form the major part of the group  but not its leaders for officers,many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair ,but some campaigns include mud sling, no the candidates do not throw dirt at each other, but they may try to destroy their   opponents   good name by saying bad things or throw misleading advertisements,  spreading lies about someone is called  a smear    campaign ,some american presidential elections have ended in the line     victory  ,one candidate wins a huge majority of the electial  votes ,other recent elections have been extremely close, we will know the reasults of  the election in a few weeks

this VOA special english program was written by Shely Golers I'm Bober Clime,you can find more words and their stories at VOA special english .com

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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories. The presidential election in the United States is November 4th. So we hear a lot of people using expressions about the election. Many opinion studies have asked Americans whom they will vote for. Experts say some states are likely to support John McCain, the Republican Party candidate. Others are likely to support Barack Obama, the Democratic Party's candidate. Experts say there are a few states where the support for the two candidates is almost equal. These are called Swing States because they could go either way. They are also called Battleground States. Experts believe the presidential election will be decided by the votes in those few states. Traditionally, expressions used in horse racing are also used in election campaigns. The running mate is the presidential candidates' choice for vice president. The front runner is the leading candidate. If both candidates have equal support, they are said to be running neck-and-neck. And candidates enter the home stretch when the race is near the end. The candidates are now on the campaign trail, travelling around the country. They have favorite subjects that they talk about to different crowds. This is called a stump speech. Writer William Safire says the expression is two hundred years old. He says candidates many years ago spoke while standing on the stump of a tree in front of a crowd. Another expression, on the stump, is to make these speeches to different groups. Some candidates carry out what is called a grass roots campaign. This involves voters at the local community level. The candidate talks to people and accepts financial donations for the campaign. This may involve getting the support of the political party’s rank and file members. This expression is also used in the military and in trade unions. It means the members who form the major part of a group, but not its leaders or officers. Many people hope that presidential campaigns are fair. But some campaigns include mudslinging. No, the candidates do not throw dirt at each other, but they may try to destroy their opponent’s good name by saying bad things or through misleading advertisements. Spreading lies about someone is called a smear campaign. Some American presidential elections have ended in a landslide victory. One candidate wins a huge majority of electoral votes. Other recent elections have been extremely close. We will know the results of this election in a few weeks. This VOA Special English program was written by Shelley Gollust, I'm Barbara Klein. You can find more Words and Their Stories at voaspecialenglish.com.
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Now the VOA special English program;words and their stories
The presidential election in US is Nov.4.So we heard a lot of people using expressions about the election.Many opinions stidies have asked Americans who they will vote for.experts say some states are likely to support John Merking.The republic party 'candidate,Others are likely to support       Obama .the Democratic party 'candidate.experts say there a few states where they support the two candidates almost equal.They are called Swings state.because they can go either way.They are also called battleground states.Experts believe that presidential elections are decided by those a few states
Traditionally expressions used in horse racing are also used in electoral campaign.
the running mate is the presidential candidate choice for vice president,the front runner is the leading candidate.If both candidate has equal  support.they are said to be neck and neck.and candidates enter the home stretch,when the way is near to end.
The candidates now are on the campaign trail.traveling on the country.they have favour subjects  that they will talk to different crowds.This is called a stump speech.writer Spilling says.the expession is 200years old.he said candidates many years ago spoke where they stood on the stump of trees in front of crowds.another expression on the stump is to make this speech to diiferent groups.
Some candidates carry out what is called grass roots campaign.this involves local and community level.The candidate talks to the people and accepts the donations from campaign.this main involve getting supports of a  political partys  rank and files members.this expression is also used in military and in trade unions.It means the members who forms a major part of group.but not leaders and officials
Many people hope the presidential campaign are fair.But some campaign include mudslinging.No candidates do throw dirt each other.But they do try to destroy the opponent'good name by saying bad things or throw misleading advertisement.
spread lies about someone is called smear campaign.some of American presidential election have a landslide victory.
one candidate wins a huge majority of electory votes.other elections are recent extremely close.we will know the resoult of election in a few weeks
Now the VOA specail English program words and their stories
The presidential election of the United States is November.4,So we hear a lot of people use expressions about the election.
Many opinion studies have asked people who they will vote for,Experts says some states are likely to support John King,He was Public  Party candidate,Others are likely to support Brock Obama,The Demecredic party candidate,Experts says there are a few states where they support for two candidate almost equal,This are called swing states,because they can go either way,They can also called battleground states.Experts believe that the presidential election  will be decided by the votes in the a few states
Trationally expressions used in horse racing  are also used in election campaigns.The running mate is the presidential candidate'choice for vice president,The front runner is the leading candidate,If both candidate has equal support,They are said to be running neck and neck,And candidate'entry the home strage when the race is  near the end,
The candidates are now on the campaign train,traveling around the country,They have favour objects that they talk about to diffierence crowds.This is called a stump speech,Writer Shafair says its expression is two hundreds years old,He says that candidates many years ago spoke while standing on a stump of a tree in front of crowd.
Another expression on the stump is make this be trues to diffierence group
Some candidates carry out what is called grass root campaign.This involves roters and the local community lever.The candidates talks to the people and express financial levels to the campaign,This may involve getting the support of political party recking and fair members,This expression is also used in military and in trade units,It means the members who support major part of group.But it is not leaders or officials.
Many people hope the presidential campaigns are fair,But some campaigns are include mudslinging,No candidates throw mud each other,But they might try to destroy the opponent'good name by say bad things or though misleading ..,Spreading lies about someone is  called a smill campaign,Some of American presidential elections have  ended in the linelay      victory,One candidate wins huge merjudy in electroic vote,Other recent election are extremely close,We will know the result of election in a few weeks


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