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What A Government Shutdown Means To You

The finger-pointing continues unabated in Washington as The Obama administration and Congress continue to squabble over how to continue funding the United States government. The question most people have is, "How will a government shutdown affect me and my family?" Here are some answers.

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President Obama’s State Of The Union Address Tonight

President Barack Obama will speak to the nation tonight in his annual "State Of The Union Address" before a joint session of Congress at 9:00 pm.

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Bill Clinton Photobombs Kelly Clarkson at Inauguration

PRESIDENT OBAMA may have been in the spotlight during his inauguration festivities but it was former President BILL CLINTON who stole the show. He was caught eying KELLY CLARKSON during his performance of 'My Country 'Tis of Thee.'  The shot was posted on Twitter showing Clinton, well being Clinton.

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President Obama To Lunch With His Former Opponent

The presidential election is over, and apparently there's no hard feelings between the winner and loser. President Obama has invited Mitt Romney to lunch at the White House tomorrow, and the former governor accepted.

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Governor Cuomo Issues Order For Voters In Storm-Affected Areas

As you know, today is election day, and polls will be open in New York state until 9:00 p.m. . Many people in the greater New York City area affected by last week's Hurricane Sandy may have difficulty finding their polling place. Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued an executive order to enable them to vote in state and national elections, even if their polling place is closed due to the last week's storm. If you have family members or friends in the New York City area, you may wish to share this with them.

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Women Can Vote In The 2012 Presidential Election Because Of Susan B. Anthony

Nearly a century ago, back in 1920 women voted for the first time ever in a Presidential Election and it took an additional century's-worth of fighting beforehand to bring that dream (and right) to fruition, and one woman from Rochester made that possible.

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Absentee Ballot Deadline Extended

With the devastation of Hurricane Sandy throughout the northeast this week, the deadline for absentee ballots for next Tuesday's election has been extended.

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Jimmy Kimmel “Who Won the Debate” Video

Watching this video won't paint you as Republican or Democrat, but it will paint all those public opinion polls in a bad light.  On the Jimmy Kimmel Show, a reporter asked people in street "who they thought won the debate."  The catch was the debate hadn't happened yet.  The comments are hilarious. 

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Obama vs. Romney Debate: Highlights From the Showdown in Denver

The first debate of the 2012 presidential election campaign between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney got started a little after 9 p.m. ET from the University of Denver’s Magness Arena. Jim Lehrer, host of ‘Newshour’ on PBS, moderated the event, which covered domestic policy.

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First Presidential Debate Tonight

Tonight marks the first of three presidential debates, when President Barack Obama will share the stage with his opponent, Governor Mitt Romney. The debate gets underway at 9:00 p.m. from Denver, Colorado, and will be moderated by PBS "Newshour" anchor, Jim Lehrer. I know the debate will be on our TV in the Greg "Splashin'" McShea household.

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Today Is Primary Day In Some Voting Districts

If you're registered in a political party, then you may be voting today on Primary Day. Please note: Not all towns, villages and cities in central New York offer primary voting today. Please check with your local district or the County Board Of Elections for specific voting information.

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Fusco Hosting Mayor’s Charity Ball Similar To Utica’s

City of Rome, NY (WIBX) – Borrowing a page from Utica…the City of Rome is rolling out its own Mayor’s Charity Ball.

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