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June 5, 1968: Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was shot by Sirhan Sirhan 45 years ago, just after he won California's Democratic presidential primary.

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Education World: Primaries, Voting, and Elections-Special Theme Resources from Education World.

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from the Guardian

Clinton claims Democratic nomination: 'We've reached a milestone'

@theguardian: #HillaryClinton declared victory in the Democratic presidential primary on Tuesday, marking the first time a woman will capture the nomination of a major political party in the United States’ 240-year history! - http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/07/hillary-clinton-democratic-nominee-acceptance-speech

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Symmetry Pattern & Color 2012: Josef Albers- Interaction of Color

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In the summer of 1968 America was still mourning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, killed on Nov. 22, 1963, and the assassination of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., killed on April 4, 1968. At 12:15 the morning of June 5, 1968, presidential candidate Senator Robert F. Kennedy, the late president’s brother, was shot at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after delivering a speech celebrating his victory in the California Democratic presidential primary.

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from the Guardian

America's problems aren't Obama's fault. They're George W Bush's

Jeb Bush campaigns in North Charleston, South Carolina, USAepa05163254 Republican 2016 US presidential candidate, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush (R) participates in a campaign event with his brother, former US President George W. Bush (L) and former First Lady Laura Bush (unseen) in North Charleston, South Carolina, USA, 15 February 2016. The South Carolina Republican presidential primary is held on 20 February 2016. EPA/ERIK S. LESSER

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Bold primary colours for spring 3A-PRESIDENTIAL-PRIMARY

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from Creekside Learning

Elections for Kids: Presidential Primary 2016

kids voting booth presidential primary. Kids election activities, voting ballots. Kids vote for presidential candidates.

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