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Activists discuss voting during US National Election season
The presidential election season often brings activists to debate the merits of electoral politics. These debates have intensified after four years of Bush regime rule following a contested election where Bush recieved less votes than a similar candidate. Indymedia readers and activists around the US have contributed insightful words on both the larger voting debate, as well as local interaction with candidates (and unelected powers in Pittsburgh).

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The campaigning political candidates have been covered by area residents on Pittsburgh IMC's open publishing newswire.

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