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Don't Focus On National Early Voting Numbers
November 01, 2012

The early voting states lean to the right.

Daily Breakdown: Obama Enters November With The Advantage
November 01, 2012

Wednesday's polls showed Obama well-positioned across the battleground states.

Chrysler, GM to Romney: Stop Lying
October 31, 2012

Having told Ohio one whopper about Obama's auto industry rescue, Romney tells an even bigger one.

Don't Judge Strategy From Spending
October 31, 2012

Instead, follow the polls and the candidates.

Why the GM Rescue Should Matter in Ohio—and Everywhere Else
October 25, 2012

Why the auto industry rescue may be the single best way to understand the choices of this election.

Expect the Unexpected: Diverse Battleground States Mean the Race Can Shift in Any Number of Ways
October 24, 2012

The 9 battleground states are so diverse that movement among demographic could change the election.

Why Is Dan Senor Considered a Serious Foreign Policy Thinker?
October 23, 2012

Dan Senor is a glorified flack. So why is he in serious discussion for a foreign policy job in a Romney administration?

Five Ridiculous Congressional Candidates Who Will Probably Win
October 17, 2012

 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.

Why Wisconsin Could Be the Key to a Romney Victory
October 15, 2012

Two weeks after the first presidential debate and on the eve of the second, it is clear that Mitt Romney’s surge is more than an evanescent bump. He has moved into the lead in the national poll of polls (something John Kerry never quite managed despite his victory in the first 2004 debate), and a number of swing states have shifted in his direction. This 2012 election is now in the zone where the Electoral College comes into play.

How the GOP Destroyed its Moderates
October 05, 2012

Moderate Republicanism is not intellectually dead. So where is it?

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