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Election 2012: Inauguration

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Election 2012: Four More Years!
Election 2012: Four More Years!
by Natalie Wexler and Coleman Hirschberg
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | November7,2012
After months of campaigning, the 2012 presidential election came to an end last night. President Barack Obama defeated former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney to earn four more years in the White House.
Election 2012: Elizabeth Warren's Priorities
Election 2012: Elizabeth Warren's Priorities
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | November12,2012
On September 22, a large gathering of families took part in the 11th annual Faire on the Square celebration in Watertown, Massachusetts. The event turned somewhat political when U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren stopped by.
Evolution of the Campaign Trail
Evolution of the Campaign Trail
by Hannah Prensky
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | December4,2012
The Newseum in Washington, D.C., explores how the process of electing a president and the ways in which reporters cover the phenomenon have changed its new election-year exhibit, "Every Four Years: Presidential Campaigns and the Press."
Election 2012: America Prepares for Inauguration Day
Election 2012: America Prepares for Inauguration Day
by Jacob Schroeder
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | January17,2013
The 2012 presidential election cycle reaches its official conclusion on Monday. That's when citizens and elected officials will gather in Washington, D.C., to witness President Barack Obama be sworn in for his second term in office.
Election 2012: "Our Journey is Not Complete"
Election 2012: "Our Journey is Not Complete"
by Hannah Prensky
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | January21,2013
More than 800,000 people from across the country crowded the National Mall and the lawn in front of the Capitol Building to be part of history as President Obama was sworn in for his second term.
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