‘Birther' controversy: Arizona election official says it's ‘possible' Obama might not make ballot
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‘Birther' controversy: Arizona election official says it's ‘possible' Obama might not make ballot

Honolulu : HI : USA | May 18, 2012 at 10:18 AM PDT
Source: Washington Post
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Arizona's top election official said in a radio interview Thursday that it's possible President Obama may not make the state's November ballot due to unanswered questions about his birth certificate...I believe that the president was born in Hawaii or at least, I hope he was. FULL ARTICLE AT Washington Post
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