Most Americans will focus on election results in Ohio and Florida to see who rides those states’ Electoral College votes into the White House.
President Obama's entire campaign strategy is based on an age-old political trick that he can overcome his weakness on the economy by changing the subject.
Last October, West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin, a popular Mountaineer State Democrat, was fast becoming an unpopular candidate for the late Robert Byrd's open U.S. Senate seat.
2012's political topography heavily favors Republicans, who appear well positioned to secure at least a bare majority next year if they competently manage their strong hand.
Given their miserable Nov. 2 record, it's difficult to understand why Democrats don't demand the departure from party posts of Democratic National Chairman Tim Kaine and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Good to see you again, Mr. President.
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