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September 01, 2008 |
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This November, many Electoral College votes are likely to fall into familiar patterns of Red and Blue. But these 14 battlegrounds, which will be awash in TV ads and campaign dollars, are going to be fiercely contested and will choose the next president....
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August 27, 2008 |
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Democrats and Republicans have scripted their conventions as tightly as possible. But after delegates return home with buttons, badges and banners, the curtain will rise on a more unruly drama: the fall session of Congress. And it could affect the Novembe...
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August 27, 2008 |
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THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION exposed the central defect of Senator Barack Obama's candidacy: the absence of compelling evidence he is up to the job of president. The exposé comes courtesy of a bad habit of his running mate, Senator Joe Biden. When ...
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August 27, 2008 |
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Can't they accept responsibility for their own defeats?"Let me tell you, before he ever debates Barack Obama, John McCain should finish the debate with himself. And what's more, Senator McCain, who once railed against the smears of Karl Rove when he was t...
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August 20, 2008 |
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What must Barack Obama and John McCain achieve at their conventions? Conventions are the best, most controlled opportunities left for the candidates. Only the debates come close in impact, but they are unpredictable and not susceptible to the choreography...
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August 20, 2008 |
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He's wrong. My campaign plans are too complicated to be drawn with sticks.Washington Post Editorial Cartoon by Tom Toles...
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August 13, 2008 |
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Presidential campaigns ultimately come down to who can win 270 Electoral College votes. With most states favoring one candidate or the other, this year's contest could come down to a few battleground states....
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August 06, 2008 |
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Notwithstanding the hype about Barack Obama, here is where the presidential race stands: John McCain was within an average of 1.9% of his Democratic opponent in last week's daily Gallup tracking poll. ...

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