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Romney's chief strategist tries to argue that the Romney campaign was about something. Nice try.

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It's "Colorado or bust" for the GOP over the next four years.

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Seven Underrated Counties

 Throughout the Bush years, Orange County, FL, Franklin County, OH, and Bucks County, PA ascended to national preeminence as the closest counties in the closest states in the 2000 election. In 2008, the diverse and well-educated new coalition counties, like Arapahoe, CO, Fairfax, VA, Wake, NC stole the show. In 2012, Obama could easily win every county listed above and lose the election. As the suburbs diversify and Republicans compensate with additional inroads into the countryside, the old swing counties of the Bush years have largely moved into the Democratic column.

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Obama's attacks on Romney worked in Ohio even after they stopped working elsewhere.

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It's Not 2008 In Colorado

The fate of Colorado hinges on the socially moderate women of the Denver suburbs--who aren't flocking to Obama.

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My critique of the way that the campaign press shapes “narratives” without acknowledging its role brought brickbats. Here's my rebuttal.

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When Mitt Romney won the first debate, it was trumpeted as an epic event; when he lost the next two, not so much. What gives?

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Barack Obama reasserted command in the final debate -- so much so that one might've assumed he was breezing to reelection. Which he's not.

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Obama is struggling in states where he was most dependent on support of whites--except for Ohio.

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