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    Sentences for2008 United States presidential election

    • Since then, the Republican candidate has never received more than 20 percent of the vote, and every Democrat since 2008 has received over 90% of the vote.Washington, D.C.-Wikipedia
    • In the 2008 U.S. presidential election, 78.2% of eligible Minnesotans voted – the highest percentage of any U.S. state – versus the national average of 61.2%.Minnesota-Wikipedia
    • From 1964 through 2004, Kentucky voted for the eventual winner of the election for President of the United States; however, in the 2008 election the state lost its bellwether status.Kentucky-Wikipedia
    • Democrats increased their share of the Hispanic vote in the 2008 presidential election, with Barack Obama receiving 67%.Democratic Party (United States)-Wikipedia
    • At a forum at the university during the 2008 presidential election campaign, both John McCain and Barack Obama said that the university should consider reinstating ROTC on campus.Columbia University-Wikipedia
    • John McCain won the state in 2008, but with a smaller margin of victory compared to Bush at 55 percent of the vote.Texas-Wikipedia

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