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AP Blog: No election celebration in Mexico (AP via Yahoo! News)
Will Weissert and Mark Stevenson covered Mexico's two presidential front-runners on election night, with Weissert following conservative Felipe Calderon and Stevenson with leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Ioan Grillo covered Roberto Madrazo of the Institutional Revolutionary Party.
AP Blog: Loss shocks Obrador supporters (AP via Yahoo! News)
Associated Press writers Kara Andrade, Will Weissert, Ioan Grillo and Mark Stevenson have been covering the Mexico presidential campaign with dispatches from the campaign trail though the final vote.
Blessed be the bloggers (The Wichita Eagle)
The election of the Rev. Frank Page as president of the Southern Baptist Convention last month may have been historic in one key way:
AP Blog: No election celebration in Mexico (Boston Globe)
Will Weissert and Mark Stevenson covered Mexico's two presidential front-runners on election night, with Weissert following conservative Felipe Calderon and Stevenson with leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
Blog: Ex-Governor Stumps to One (WXIA-TV Atlanta)
Former Governor Roy Barnes rolled out the oratory in his challenge to the state's voter I.D. law. His audience: a Fulton County Superior Court Judge.