It became more evident to voters at the end that Barack Obama was going to win. That probably tamped down the turnout and disproportionately affected the RepublicansVoter turnout not a record, analysts say Nov 14, 2008
States that have early voting may be better able to handle large numbers of Election Day voters because so many voters in those states have already cast ballotsCongress may seek early voting expansion Nov 03, 2008
This is very suggestive that there is a fundamental change going on in the electorateVoter registration shifts from Republican Aug 05, 2008
We do an excellent job out there, and there is nothing to hide about how our officers are effecting arrestsTexas city says, 'No thanks,' to 'Cops' May 30, 2007
I think the success of the first one really comes from the fact we were focusing on the material and on the celebration of what we believed to be one of the greatest musical eras in this countryMcDonald delivers second Motown album Oct 26, 2004
Michael James McDonald (born December 31, 1964) is an American comedian, actor, and television director, best known for starring in the sketch comedy show MADtv. McDonald joined the show during the fourth season (1998) and currently holds the record as the longest-serving cast member. It was announced that he will not be returning for the fourteenth season of MADtv. While on the show, he developed many memorable characters. He is still a contributing writer and director on MADtv as of 2009.
McDonald has also directed several episodes of ABC's Scrubs, on which he has guest-starred 6 times.
McDonald graduated from St. Juliana Catholic Elementary School in Fullerton, CA and later went to Servite High School in Anaheim, California, and graduated from the University of Southern California with a business degree. While at USC, he was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He worked as a loan officer at a bank in Los Angeles.