Karl Rove tells us whether or not we should trust the polls.
After two weeks of non-stop convention-ing, the nation finally has all the data it needs to understand the truth about what this election should be based on.
As readers know, this syndicated column is based out of the Republican-rich "First Coast" of Florida and Jacksonville's Florida Times-Union. Since 2000, I have been polling and analyzing Florida races for broadcast names such as Fox News' Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity, as well as CNN and a host of others. We polled Florida for Politico in 2008 and correctly showed Barack Obama winning by 1 percentage point.
Karl Rove explains how Mitt Romney can win.
The Republicans' presidential primary slugfest has all of our attention right now, but the general election race is really the more interesting story.
Why did the Democrats run Bob Casey Jr. in Pennsylvania in 2006 against Sen. Rick Santorum?
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