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Europeans Hope for Democrat Win in U.S. Electioni
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October 23, 2012 11:36 PM
Voters in the United States will soon be heading to the polls to elect the country's president. But around the world, many non-U.S. citizens hold their own opinions about who should win the election. As Selah Hennessy reports, citizens in London are keeping an eye on a vote they view as impacting their own lives.

Europeans Hope for Democrat Win in U.S. Election

Published October 23, 2012

Voters in the United States will soon be heading to the polls to elect the country's president. But around the world, many non-U.S. citizens hold their own opinions about who should win the election. As Selah Hennessy reports, citizens in London are keeping an eye on a vote they view as impacting their own lives.


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