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Monday, February 11, 2008

First GLOBAL Primary in U.S. Election history

For the first time ever, we are having a GLOBAL primary, at least among Democrats who live overseas and are getting a chance to vote in over 33 countries. Te turnout has been off the charts from London to New Delhi, mirroring the unusually high turnout in the U.S.

Good - with the dollar sinking to new lows so that it is no longer accepted by the Taj Mahal tourist attraction in India and U.S. stores now accepting the higher value Euro, it is good that we have voters with international viewpoints weighing in on this important election.

No word on why Republicans aren't doing the same thing.

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