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If Obama squeaks out a national popular vote victory, it could be days or weeks until he takes the lead.

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The early voting states lean to the right.

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As we move into the final days of the campaign season, all eyes are trained on the race for the presidency. But the presidential election is far from the only item on Americans’ ballots.

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The split between the popular vote and the Electoral College isn't as simple as Ohio.

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What should liberals be freaking out about? Herewith, a guide.

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California has imprisoned more people wrongfully than any other state. Will this persuade voters to abolish the death penalty?

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Thanks to Mike Bloomberg, politicians around the country will now be like starving artists: hoping for the call that anoints them a lucky winner.

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How did Joe Trippi end up here? Racing Karl Rove on a Segway?

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Mitt Romney keeps talking about "trickle-down government." What does that mean?

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 The slate of people vying for House seats is always littered with whacky, offensive, and just plain mystifying candidates. But, inevitably, some of those crackerjacks go on to actually win Congressional seats. (See: Joe Walsh, Allen West.) Below, a list of five candidates who make us smack our foreheads—but who, on January 3, 2013, could very well be esteemed members of the 113th Congress. Kerry Bentivolio When Rep.

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