If Romney concedes Wisconsin, Obama's within striking distance of the magic number: 270.
If Romney's small bounce was a sign of weakness, Obama could be poised for a big bump.
An ex-president with credibility on the economy and support among white working class voters is exactly what Obama needs.
Romney didn't get a bounce at the RNC, but he might have laid the groundwork for future gains.
Obama blames possible bad weather for moving his big Charlotte speech indoor. Possible empty seats might have had something to do with it, too.
The post-convention polls show a close race, just as they did before the convention.
Four or eight years from the next GOP primary, it's already hard to keep track of the talented potential candidates.
If there's a bounce and no one polls it, is there really a bounce?
There's more to follow than the size of each candidate's bounce.
Romney's chances have been hampered by abysmal favorability ratings and tonight is his best chance to turn it around.