Wisconsin

Reframing Turnout: Why 2008 Wasn't As Unique As Many Imagine
November 04, 2012

Turnout in 2008 was high, but it wasn't as unusual as many imagine.

Daily Breakdown: Polls Show Obama Maintaining Lead In Ohio, Advancing In Colorado
November 03, 2012

Obama led in all but one poll conducted in a battleground state.

Obama's Defensive Travel Schedule
November 03, 2012

Obama's locking down Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio.

The Final Stretch: Saturday's Campaign Stops
November 03, 2012

For each of the last three days of the campaign, we’ll quickly note where Obama and Romney are heading, and why:. Obama Mentor, Lake County, Ohio. Lake County is a white, middle class county including the eastern suburbs and exurbs of Cleveland. Four years ago, Obama won it by just one percentage point, a four point improvement over Bush's four point win. If Romney wins, Lake County will certainly flip and Obama is fighting to prevent such an outcome.

Romney Enters Pennsylvania, But Team Obama Shows Confidence
November 02, 2012

Team Romney is spending almost a tenth of its ad money on Pennsylvania. Is it enough?

Daily Breakdown: Romney Gets A Good Ohio Poll, But Not From The Pollster He Wanted
November 02, 2012

Romney needs good polls from more than just Rasmussen and a firm commissioned by Citizens United.

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

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

Daily Breakdown: State Polls Show Obama Ahead, National Polls Show A Tight Race
October 31, 2012

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

Don't Judge Strategy From Spending
October 31, 2012

Instead, follow the polls and the candidates.

Why Florida Remains So Close
October 29, 2012

Romney can't make outsized gains in a state where McCain did relatively well, allowing demographic changes to keep Obama in the game.

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