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Kucinich Sends Supporters to Obama

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Forward thinker: Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, aware he might not make the cut in the Hawkeye state, urges his way huge base of supporters to make Barack Obama their second choice in Thursday's Iowa caucus.

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He cried no: Amidst the hell that is the Times Square New Year's Rockin' Eve, NYC mayor and rumored presidential candidate wild card Michael Bloomberg tells Ryan Seacrest that he will not run for office.

You won't be seeing what I'm about to show you: Front-running pres candidate Mike Huckabee says he wasn't playing any tricks when he showed a special-edition negative ad to the press—immediately after explaining how he'd decided against airing the Mitt Romney mudpie. The ad you weren't "supposed" to see can handily be seen here.

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